On November 1st, the Treasury Department provided an update regarding the federal government's involvement with AIG. AIG will use the proceeds from its sale of one unit and the IPO from a second to repay the loan extended to AIG by the Federal Reserve Bank of New York and to repurchase a substantial amount of the FRBNY's preferred interests in certain AIG subsidiaries. AIG will then draw up to $22 billion in remaining Troubled Asset Relief Program funds from the Treasury Department to restructure its governmental obligations. After the restructuring, the Treasury Department will own 92.1 percent of AIG, which equates to approximately 1.66 billion shares of common stock in the company. Based on the market closing price of AIG on October 29, 2010, these shares are worth approximately $69.5 billion. Treasury Department Press Release.