New AIG Division Is Targeting High-Net-Worth Policyholders

September 2000
Best's Review;Sep2000, Vol. 101 Issue 5, p84
Trade Publication
Reports that American International Group Inc. has created the AIG Private Client Group to offer risk management solutions to the wealthy. Ross J. Buchmueller's appointment to head the division; Contrast between its insurance products and traditional coverages; All-risks coverage for homeowners policy.


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