PWC - FCIC - AIG

  1. 2007 02 - PricewaterhouseCoopers Audit Commitee Notes - 3p
  2. 2007 0808 PWC Memo to AIGFP 2007 2Q Review Files.pdf - 2p
  3. 2007 1011 - PWC Notes of a Meeting at AIGFP - 3p
    • 2007 1106 - AIG - Audit Committee - 14p
  4. 2007 1107 - PWC Memo from audit team to AIG re Critical Matter - Super Senior CDS - 17p
  5. 2007 1129 - November 29, 2007 - PWC Notes re Meeting to Discuss Super Senior Valuations and Collateral Disputes - 3p
  6. 2007 1129 - PWC Handwritten Notes - 4p
  7. 2007 1205 - AIGFP / PWC - AIG's Evidence rejecting PWC's Accusation of a $1.5 billion Estimated Unrealized Valuation Loss on the SSCDS Portfolio - 40p
  8. 2008 02 - AIG PWC Memorandum from Habayeb Regarding Regulatory Capital Transactions - 12p
  9. 2008 0207 - AIG PWC Notes of the Audit Committee meeting - 3p
  10. 2008 0206 - (Meeting) / February 13, 2008 (Letter Written re:  February 6, 2008 (Meeting)  - AIG PWC Meeting Notes - 3p
  11. 2008 0228 - AIG PWC Valuation Process and Oversight of the  AIGFP SuperSenior Credit Default Swap Portfolio - 12p
  • PWC-FCIC 000381-383
  • PWC-FCIC 000008
  • During and, in large part, as a result of our audit, it was later determined that the $1.5 billion estimate used was net of structural benefits of $700 million and a negative basis adjustment of $3.6 billion which was, apparently, not known by ERM or senior management until early February 2008. (p17)

PWC-FCIC 000008 - 40p

2007 1129 - PWC Notes re Meeting to Discuss Super Senior Valuations and Collateral Disputes - 3p

  • Secondly Ihe issues in AIG Investment around the securities lending and the fact that if the exposure had been known prior to the q2 10Q being issued it is highly likely that the disclosures would have been changed.

11-0779 - Starr International Company vs United States - Document 428 - Plaintiff's Proposed Findings of Fact - 573p 

  • (c) On August 5, 2008, AIG’s accountants at PwC noted that over “the course of the last nine months, AIG has been building liquidity – as of June 30, 2008, cash and short-term investments, including within the Securities Lending Pool, was $82.2 billion.” (DX 175 at -233).
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