In 2008 AIG's Bernard Connolly Saw 2015 Greek Crisis With ClarityMark Melin
It was May 30, 2008 and Bernard Connolly, a senior executive at the re-insurance giant AIG, had witnessed the destructive derivatives implosion that was Bear Sterns. It was a whisper topic, as derivatives mostly are. As a chief economist at an insurance giant who had issued insurance backing many of these derivatives, Connolly mostly focused on the macroeconomic picture. He has been reported not to have involvement in the AIG derivatives issues, but how could one not talk about . . .
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