We’re trying to pull together the many moving parts of the AIG story. And here’s some more on one issue that seems particularly important. Yesterday we mentioned that the chief risk officer at AIG, strange as it may seem, still has his job. But now we find that like AIG’s in-house auditors and its outside accountancy, the risk assessing team itself was not given full access to the book of AIG Financial Products.
The next step will be to get some read on just when it was that AIGFP Chief Joe Cassano started shutting everyone out. And what didn’t he want them to see?
Josh Marshall is editor and publisher of TalkingPointsMemo.com.