AIG News

AIG Unleashes New Primary Cyber Policy for Property/Liability Exposures

AIG rolled out a new standalone cyber policy that provides primary insurance protection for a wide range of related risks. The insurance giant is marketing CyberEdge Plus as offering primary protection for property damage, bodily injury, business interruption, product liability …

‘Brexit’ Would Damage UK’s Leadership Position in Insurance: Aon

Aon Plc Chief Executive Officer Greg Case, who moved the insurance broker to London from Chicago four years ago, said the U.K.’s centuries-long leadership in the industry would be damaged if voters choose to leave the European Union. “The U.K. …

AIG Weighs Moving Its European Hub from London if ‘Brexit’ Triumphs

American International Group Inc. will consider establishing an operations center within the European Union if the U.K. votes to leave the political bloc, according to Chief Executive Officer Peter Hancock. “If a Brexit occurs, I suspect we will need a …

AIG to Offer Crowdfunding Investor Protection in UK and Canada

American International Group Inc. has launched a new product for the global crowdfunding investment industry. This new insurance product was developed specifically to protect investors on equity crowdfunding platforms against issuer fraud. Crowdfunding platforms enable innovators to fund their ideas …

Global, Diversified Multiline Insurers Best Placed to Withstand Challenges: S&P

Global, diversified insurers are best positioned to withstand the industry’s top economic and competitive challenges, according to a report published by Standard & Poor’s Global Ratings. Geographic and product diversification help global multiline insurers (GMIs) cope with challenges such as …

AIG Selling $1.2 Billion Worth of Shares in China’s PICC P&C: Report

American International Group is offering for sale about $1.2 billion worth of shares in China’s PICC Property and Casualty Co. Ltd. (PICC P&C) in a block deal, IFR said on Saturday, citing a term sheet of the deal. AIG’s stake …

Simplifying Derivatives Rules Will Help Regulators Spot Systemic Risks: Industry

Regulators won’t get a clear picture of risks in the $550 trillion derivatives market until they prune trade reporting rules, a group of 13 industry bodies said on Wednesday. The collapse of Lehman Brothers bank in September 2008 left regulators …

U.S. Utilities Examine Their Insurance Protection After Ukraine Grid Cyber Attack

U.S. utilities are looking hard at their cyber vulnerabilities and whether they can get insurance to cover what could be a multi-billion dollar loss after hackers cut electric power to more than 80,000 Ukrainians last month. The Dec. 23 incident …

Iowa-Based Global Insurance Accelerator Names 2016 Class of Startups

Global Insurance Accelerator (GIA), a Des Moines, Iowa-based global business accelerator focused on developing and growing innovative insurance-centric startups, has announced its 2016 portfolio. With a global pool of twice as many applicants compared to the previous year, the five …

AIG Increases Global Commercial Property Limits to $2.5B

American International Group, Inc. (AIG) has significantly raised available global commercial property limits to $2.5 billion per occurrence. According to the company, the move responds to the growing demand for capacity and services by clients managing more complex global risks …