(CNN) - New York Attorney General Andrew Cuomo may have the names of those AIG employees who received bonuses, but House Financial Services chairman Barney Frank does not, according to his spokesman.
"We are consulting with law enforcement after the concerns that [AIG CEO] Mr. Liddy raised in the hearings. We will decided what we do after that consultation," said Steve Adamske, Frank's spokesman.
Frank has been demanding the names of AIG executives who received bonuses, and threatened a subpoena to get them. Cuomo has cited security concerns as a reason not to release the names.
Edward Liddy also testified before Frank's committee on Wednesday that he did not want the names released to the public, for fear of their safety.
Frank said he couldn't promise that he wouldn't release the names, and said he would consult law enforcement officials about security concerns.