Chicago — In testimony before the House Committee on Financial Services, Cameron Findlay, executive VP and general counsel of Aon Corp., urged the U.S. Department of Treasury to acquire the hundreds of billions of dollars of illiquid assets that reside on the ledgers of 's financial institutions.

Testifying on behalf of the Council of Insurance Agents and Brokers, Findlay said, "Insurance plays a fundamental role in the operation of the world's financial markets. Any coordinated effort to combat the turbulence roiling those markets should consider the potential for an insurance component."

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