Just days before the secondary offering of AIG (AIG -2%) shares is marketed to investors, the...

|By:, SA News Editor

Just days before the secondary offering of AIG (AIG -2%) shares is marketed to investors, the sellers are at loggerheads with the bankers over where to price the deal, CNBC reports. The U.S. Treasury wants ~$31.50/share, while underwriters push to go as low as $25, arguing the lower price would encourage a larger overall sale.