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American International Group Inc (AIG.N)

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Thu, Feb 23 2017

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AIG sees uncertainty in 'too-big-to-fail' label for insurers: filing

Insurance giant American International Group sees "considerable uncertainty" about U.S. regulations that deem non-bank financial institutions as being too big to fail, given the recent change in White House administrations, according to a filing.

UPDATE 1-AIG sees uncertainty in 'too-big-to-fail' label for insurers-filing

Feb 23 Insurance giant American International Group sees "considerable uncertainty" about U.S. regulations that deem non-bank financial institutions as being too big to fail, given the recent change in White House administrations, according to a filing.

AIG reaches $50 million pact to sell Vermont ski slope

(In this Feb. 21 story, corrects location of Vail Resorts Inc to Broomfield, Colorado, instead of Brookfield)

CORRECTED-AIG reaches $50 mln pact to sell Vermont ski slope

Feb 21 Insurance giant American International Group Inc has reached a deal to sell one of its lesser-known assets: a northern Vermont ski slope.

AIG reaches $50 mln pact to sell Vermont ski slope

Insurance giant American International Group Inc has reached a deal to sell one of its lesser-known assets: a northern Vermont ski slope.

AIG reaches $50 mln pact to sell Vermont ski slope

Feb 21 Insurance giant American International Group Inc has reached a deal to sell one of its lesser-known assets: a northern Vermont ski slope.

BRIEF-In 2017, aig anticipates writing about $2.5 billion of net written premium in commercial casualty - conf call

* Target for core normalized roe of 9.5% is driven by the lost investment income related to adverse development cover - call

AIG posts bigger fourth-quarter loss, adds $3.5 billion to buyback program

American International Group Inc , the largest commercial insurer in the United States and Canada, reported a bigger-than-expected quarterly loss, largely due to a $5.6 billion reserve charge to cover possible future claims.

UPDATE 2-AIG posts bigger 4th-qtr loss, adds $3.5 bln to buyback program

Feb 14 American International Group Inc, the largest commercial insurer in the United States and Canada, reported a bigger-than-expected quarterly loss, largely due to a $5.6 billion reserve charge to cover possible future claims.

AIG posts bigger loss, adds $3.5 billion to buyback program

American International Group Inc , the largest commercial insurer in the United States and Canada, reported a bigger quarterly loss, as company recorded a $5.6 billion (4.49 billion pounds) charge related to measures to reduce reserve additions.

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