Wednesday, February 17, 2010


Tax Question Stalls AIG, MetLife Deal

The pending $15 billion sale of a large foreign life-insurance unit of American International Group Inc. to MetLife Inc. is being held up by a tax dispute that may require a ruling from the Internal Revenue Service, according to people familiar with the matter.

The tax issue could put the Department of the Treasury, as overseer of the Internal Revenue Service, in an awkward situation. The Treasury is supervising AIG while trying to recoup taxpayers' $120 billion-odd investment in AIG and related entities...

WSJ: Tax Question Stalls AIG, MetLife Deal

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