AIG Names Roemer as Internal Auditor; Duckett Becomes VP Administration

August 3, 2005

American International Group Inc. announced that Michael E. Roemer will join the company as director of internal audit and will be appointed a senior vice president. Roemer succeeds Keith L. Duckett, who has been named AIG vice president of administration.

Roemer will report directly to the audit committee of the AIG board of directors and administratively to Steven J. Bensinger, AIG executive vice president and chief financial officer.

Roemer was previously with JP Morgan Chase, where he was responsible for overall audit coverage of finance, risk management, commercial banking and the trust, custody and cash management businesses, as well as the overall administration of the general audit department. He spent 20 years as an auditing professional with JP Morgan Chase in positions of increasing responsibility.

In his new post, Duckett will have responsibility for AIG’s Global Security, Global Sourcing and Global Real Estate/Facilities and “will identify opportunities to provide enhanced service, support and efficiency to AIG’s worldwide businesses,” according to the company. He will report to Bensinger. Duckett joined AIG’s internal audit division in 1987 and held various management positions within the division. He was named AIG director of internal audit in 1995.

Topics AIG

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