An earthquake off the coast of Japan triggers a tsunami that devastates the Sendai region. In the aftermath, AIG helps coastal Japanese communities by using innovative technology to shorten claim times, and provide financial support and emergency supplies.
The company expands by acquiring Fuji Fire and Marine, a leading non-life insurer in Japan.
AIG signs an agreement with the New Zealand Rugby Union to sponsor the All Blacks including Maori All Blacks, All Black Sevens, New Zealand Women’s Sevens, New Zealand Black Ferns and New Zealand Under 20s rugby teams.
AIG restructures itself, fully repays its assistance from the U.S. government plus a profit, restores its reputation, and relaunches its brand.
AIG introduces CyberEdge, designed to protect against the full potential impact of a cyber breach, including financial, legal, investigative and reputation exposures.
AIG launches sponsorship of the Dublin GAA’s hurling, football, ladies, and camogie teams.
AIG Road Safety initiative starts in Asia in collaboration with public and private organizations to develop technologies and driver education programs that help improve road safety.
Peter D. Hancock is named AIG President and CEO.
AIG acquires Ageas Protect, a provider of life protection products in the United Kingdom.
AIG receives approval from the FAA to operate drones to conduct inspections for risk assessment and develops unmanned aircraft insurance.
AIG acquires Ireland’s Laya Healthcare.
Brian Duperreault is named AIG President and CEO.