Four years after being propped up with a $182 billion government loan at the height of the financial crisis, American International Group is a private enterprise once again now that the U.S. Treasury Department has unloaded its remaining stake in the insurer in a public offering that raised $7.6 billion. Sullivan & Cromwell and Cleary are also advising.
Shedding Final AIG Stake, Government Calls on Davis Polk Again
The Am Law Daily
December 11, 2012
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