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Subject: AIG subsidiary bonds Date: 9/16/2008 1:21 PM
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Do you any of guys know the answer to this? So I own a bunch of bonds from the International Lease Finance Corp. Its an aircraft leasing company that happens to be owned by AIG. The bonds themselves are issued by the International Lease Finance Corp. and not AIG. Do you know if AIG goes bust do I lose my investment in the bonds on its subsidiary or is that just spun off (its apparently very profitable a company) from the parent company.

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