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AIG Names New Chief Investment Officer

Source: AIG

Posted on 21 Jan 2009

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American International Group, Inc. (AIG) has named Monika M. Machon AIG Senior Vice President and Chief Investment Officer, responsible for insurance company portfolio management across all asset classes, succeeding Win J. Neuger. Mr. Neuger will continue as AIG Investments Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, while leading the management team of the external client asset management business that AIG intends to sell. Ms. Machon will report directly to AIG Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Edward J. Liddy. 
Jeffrey J. Hurd, who is currently AIG Investments Senior Managing Director, Chief Administrative Officer and General Counsel, has been named Senior Vice President and head of Asset Management Restructuring, responsible for the sale of AIG's external asset management business and the restructuring of AIG's asset management function. He will report to AIG Vice Chairman Paula R. Reynolds. Mr. Hurd will retain his current responsibilities prior to the sale. 
"These changes will allow AIG to proceed quickly and thoughtfully with the sale of the external client asset management and life insurance businesses. In addition, under Monika's leadership, we will build on our commitment to a strong asset management function for AIG," said AIG Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Edward J. Liddy. 
Ms. Machon joined AIG in 1998 and is presently the global head of Fixed Income for AIG Investments and serves as Chairperson of the Board of AIG Investments Europe Ltd. Previously, she was portfolio manager and head of emerging markets debt. Ms. Machon has more than 27 years of broad fixed income experience in the U.S. and overseas. Mr. Hurd joined AIG in 1998 in the Corporate Legal Department, and was named General Counsel of AIG Investments in 2003.