New York — Maurice "Hank" Greenberg, the former chief executive of American International Group Inc., is seeking more information from the company on its agreement with the U.S. government over assets that have cost the giant insurer dearly.

Greenberg, a large AIG shareholder, wrote to Chief Executive Edward Liddy on Monday, asking for more disclosure on the government's agreement to buy up to $70 billion in toxic mortgage assets underlying AIG's credit default swaps (CDS), a type of debt guarantee.

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