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September 2008/4

  • The global (re)insurance industry has been counting the cost and revealing its total exposure to failed US investment bank Lehman Brothers, which filed for bankruptcy protection on 15 September.
  • Negative trading on major worldwide insurance stocks was halted by global regulators last week in an attempt to stabilise stock markets.
  • Non-life (re)insurance stocks continued to bounce back this morning (22 September) as the mooted US government financial market rescue plans and temporary bans on short selling fuelled further buying of global financials.
  • American International Group (AIG) chief executive Edward Liddy was parachuted into the embattled organisation last week hoping to retain the firm’s core insurance operations.
  • Ratings agencies have continued to be cautious on American International Group Inc's (AIG) prospects despite its $85bn US Government rescue on Tuesday (16 September).
  • A lawsuit from a US pension fund filed last week against American International Group Inc (AIG) and a number of its directors - including recently deposed CEO Robert Willumstad...
  • Leading shareholders in beleaguered American International Group Inc (AIG) are set to meet today in a bid to come up with an alternative plan to the $85bn federal government bail-out that would effectively nationalise the US giant.
  • The financial markets meltdown - which has led to the rescue of American International Group, the collapse of Lehman Brothers and the effective end to the investment banking industry...
  • After a week of unparalleled upheaval in the financial world, the US Federal Reserve last night effectively signalled the end of the investment bank model as it agreed to convert Morgan Stanley and Goldman Sachs Group...
  • Market figures and commentators have offered contrasting views on the perceived market opportunities in the wake of last week's US Government led bail-out of American International Group (AIG).
  • Reinsurance broker US Re Corp has appointed former Generali executive Riccardo Nicolini as senior vice president.
  • Chris Wallace the head of the commercial client practice at Marsh UK has left the company "to pursue other interests", The Insurance Insider has learned.
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