As far as global fraud goes, Hank Greenberg of American International Group (AIG) has had a good run, writes Al Martin, author of "The Conspirators: Secrets of an Iran Contra Insider."
Martin, who calls himself a "recovering Republican scamscateer," has written extensively on Bush Cabal Frauds which involve Jeb Bush, George Bush and Hank Greenberg of AIG.
In his column, "Greenspan, Greenberg, AIG & the Bush Family Connection: Are Decades of Fraud Finally Unraveling?," Martin writes that "readers may be interested in how the frauds between the reinsurance subsidiaries of AIG in the Caribbean relate to the so-called core business of insurance underwriting."
Martin continues -- "The central charge against AIG and its offshore subsidiaries like Coral Reinsurance is that they were used to offset bogus losses in the same manner that Enron did. And, of course, there are numerous Bush connections in this. AIG used its offshore subsidiary, Coral Reinsurance, to issue, or to resell bogus reinsurance policies to Swiss Re.