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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