Investors Slam AIG Over Swaps

The giant insurer may be facing a big writedown after auditors noted shortcomings in the way it values some of its credit derivatives

American International Group (AIG) said in a regulatory filing on Feb. 11 that its outside auditors have found deficiencies in the way the company values some financial derivatives it has written based on collateralized debt obligations (CDOs).

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