Cuomo’s Unidentified Executive in Kickback Case Said to Be Hall

Bloomberg – New York Attorney General Andrew Cuomo has alleged that an executive of Clinton Group Inc., which once managed $8 billion in assets, knew of kickbacks made to win $750 million in state pension-fund business in 2006.

Cuomo identifies the person only as a “Clinton executive” in documents detailing his investigation of a Clinton joint venture that won the business. In 2006, George Hall, founder of Clinton Group, was president, supervising executives in six divisions, his company Web site shows. The “Clinton executive” is Hall, 49, two people familiar with the matter said.

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