AIG have kindly released this document after putting the boot into the US taxpayer with its mind-boggling announcement of huge retention and other bonuses.
Course, it's really all for the public good explained Mr Edward Liddy, the group's CEO. According to Bloomberg he argued that such payments help the taxpayer by making AIG units attractive to buyers.
That is, someone will want to buy and retain the talent that made the company what it is today.
But back to the document detailing who got paid by tax-transfer broker AIG. A summary of the main beneficiaries: