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WSJ: AIG ID's two internal candidates to replace Benmosche as CEO

  • AIG (AIG) has identified two leading candidates to succeed Robert Benmosche as CEO when the 69 year old retires early next year, the WSJ reports.
  • One is Peter Hancock, who heads AIG's property-casualty unit, and the other is Jay Wintrob, who runs the life-insurance and retirement business.
  • AIG's board hopes to make a decision by September.
  • The report comes ahead of AIG's annual shareholders meeting later today.
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