According to Hank

Weinberg, Neil
June 2009
Forbes Asia;6/22/2009, Vol. 5 Issue 11, p20
An interview with Maurice "Hank" Greenberg, former chairman and chief executive officer (CEO) of American International Group Inc., is presented. He stresses that the current financial crisis is due to the administration of former U.S. President Bill Clinton. He explains how the U.S. government respond with the financial collapse of AIG. He also suggests Greg Case, CEO of Aon, to be the global CEO of AIG


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