from pages 9 and 10: "As a result of the issuance of the shares of AIG Common Stock to the Treasury Department, the Treasury Department will become AIG’s controlling stockholder. Upon completion of the Recapitalization, the Treasury Department will be able, to the extent permitted by law, to control a vote of AIG shareholders on substantially all matters, including: • approval of mergers or other business combinations; • a sale of all or substantially all of AIG’s assets; • issuance of any additional AIG Common Stock or other equity securities; and • other matters that might be favorable to the Treasury Department, but not to AIG’s other shareholders. Moreover, the Treasury Department’s ability to cause or prevent a change in control of AIG could also have an adverse effect on the market price of AIG Common Stock."
"The Treasury Department may also, subject to applicable securities laws, transfer all, or a portion of, the AIG Common Stock to another person or entity and, in the event of such a transfer, that person or entity could become AIG’s controlling shareholder. The Treasury Department’s rights under the Registration Rights Agreement described above may be assigned to any person purchasing over $500 million of AIG Common Stock.
Possible future sales of AIG Common Stock by the Treasury Department could adversely affect the market for AIG Common Stock. AIG has granted the Treasury Department the registration rights described above. Although AIG can make no prediction as to the effect, if any, that sales by the Treasury Department would have on the market price of AIG Common Stock, sales of substantial amounts of AIG Common Stock, or the perception that such sales could occur, could adversely affect the market price of AIG Common Stock."