It was said that American International Group's $596.4 million deal via Goldman Sachs was pulled due to a lack of confidence in AIG as the servicer following the Hollywood Funding debacle (see ASR 3/19/01).

The deal, called AIG Credit Premium Finance Master Trust 2001-1, was backed by commercial loans to corporations financing their AIG-issued insurance premiums.

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