New York Attorney General Andrew Cuomo said Monday that his office has requested information from the nation's largest banks and Wall Street firms on their compensation and bonus plans for fiscal 2009.

On a conference call with reporters, Cuomo said his office sent letters Monday to eight banks and Wall Street firms that received bailout funds in 2008 under the Troubled Asset Relief Program. The firms' Tarp money has since been repaid.

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