AIG Wealth Arm Targets Taiwanese Affluent

November 2007
Asia Insurance Review;Nov2007, p10
Trade Publication
An interview with several executives of AIG Private Bank (AIG PB) in Taiwan is presented. Eduardo Leemann, chairman of AIG PB, stated that strong economy in the country has led to an increased need for more sophisticated wealth management services among the growing affluent population. Peter Wild, chief executive officer, observed that Asian investors are more focused on wealth accumulation while the European investors look for preservation of wealth.


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