Executive Leadership Team
Peter D. Hancock was named President and Chief Executive Officer of AIG in September 2014, when he was also elected to the AIG Board of Directors. Previously, Mr. Hancock served as CEO of AIG Property Casualty. He joined AIG in 2010 as Executive Vice President, Finance, Risk, and Investments.
Mr. Hancock has spent his entire career in financial services, including 20 years at J.P. Morgan, where he established the Global Derivatives Group, ran the Global Fixed Income business and Global Credit portfolio, and served as the firm’s Chief Financial Officer and Chief Risk Officer. He co-founded and served as President of Integrated Finance Limited, an advisory firm specializing in strategic risk management, asset management, and innovative pension solutions. He joined AIG from KeyCorp, where he was Vice Chairman, responsible for Key National Banking.
Mr. Hancock is a board member of The Geneva Association, and a member of The Business Council, the International Advisory Board of BritishAmerican Business, and the 30% Club. He is Chairman of the Property-Casualty CEO Roundtable, and Co-Chairman of the Together for Safer Roads Coalition. In 2014, he received the Corporate Citizenship Award from BritishAmerican Business. He is a William Pitt Fellow of Pembroke College, Cambridge.
Mr. Hancock was raised in Hong Kong and later attended Oxford University, where he earned his Bachelor of Arts degree in politics, philosophy, and economics.
Doug Dachille is Executive Vice President and Chief Investment Officer of AIG. He oversees the Science function. Before joining AIG in September 2015, Mr. Dachille served as CEO of First Principles Capital Management LLC., an investment management firm which AIG acquired and now operates as a wholly-owned subsidiary.
Mr. Dachille is a proven leader in financial services and investments, with more than 25 years of experience in creating asset management solutions, and has a deep understanding of client liabilities. Prior to co-founding First Principles, he was President and Chief Operating Officer of Zurich Capital Markets, an integrated alternative investment asset management and structured product subsidiary of Zurich Financial Services. He began his career at JPMorgan Chase & Co., where he served as Global Head of Proprietary Trading and co-Treasurer, and built the hybrid derivatives business.
Mr. Dachille earned his Bachelor of Science degree in a special joint program through Union University and Albany Medical College, and later was a Pew Scholar in Medicine, Arts, and Social Sciences at the University of Chicago.
Mr. Fasano joined AIG in October 2014 from Kaiser Permanente, where he was Executive Vice President and Chief Information Officer. He has extensive experience leading information technology programs at complex global companies, is a proven leader in the information technology field, and has served as Chief Information Officer at several high-profile financial services firms over the course of his 30-year career.
During his tenure at Kaiser Permanente, the largest not-for-profit health plan and health care provider in the United States, Mr. Fasano drove the substantial turnaround of their broad technology capabilities, including implementing KP Health Connect, the world’s largest civilian medical record system. He also conceived and executed Kaiser’s digital health strategy, including the launch of consumer-focused mobile applications as well as mobile platforms used by the clinical staff.
Prior to his role at Kaiser Permanente, Mr. Fasano founded Capital Sourcing Group in 2005, a company focused on providing strategic advice and consulting services to the Fortune 500 and the Department of Homeland Security.
Mr. Fasano has also served in IT leadership roles at financial services organizations. At Capital One Financial, he was the Business Information Officer; he served as Chief Information Officer at JP Morgan Chase and Deutsche Financial Services; and was a Managing Director at Bankers Trust, among other companies.
Mr. Fasano earned an MBA from Long Island University in New York, and a Bachelor of Science from the New York Institute of Technology. He is on the board of INFOBLOX and a member of Oracle’s Presidents Council. Mr. Fasano is also the author of Transforming Health Care: The Financial Impact of Technology, Electronic Tools and Data Mining.
Martha Gallo is Executive Vice President and Chief Auditor. She joined AIG in May 2015.
Ms. Gallo has more than 30 years of experience from JP Morgan Chase, where she served in a variety of executive roles, most recently as Head of Compliance and Regulatory Management, and, before that, as General Auditor. In recent years, she has worked extensively with major regulators in key jurisdictions around the world.
Ms. Gallo’s strategic direction, deep understanding of risk and control frameworks, and insights into the regulatory landscape serve as touchstones for the entire company and the Board’s Audit Committee.
She is a graduate of Cornell University, with a B.S. in Human Development and Family Studies and a M.B.A. in Accounting and Finance. Ms. Gallo currently serves on the Board of the Battery Park City Authority and is Co-Chair of the Women’s Refugee Commission Board.
David Herzog is Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer of AIG. Following the filing of AIG’s 2015 Form 10-K, he will retire. Mr. Herzog first joined the organization of American General Corporation in February 2000 as Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer of the Life Division. Following AIG's acquisition of American General Corporation in 2001, he was also named Chief Operating Officer and Chief Financial Officer for the combined domestic life insurance companies. He was elected Vice President, Life Insurance for AIG in 2003 before being named Vice President and Chief Financial Officer, Global Life Insurance in 2004. In 2005, Mr. Herzog was named Comptroller, an office he held until October, 2008 when he was appointed to his current position.
Prior to joining American General, Mr. Herzog held numerous positions at General American Life Insurance Company. He was Chief Financial Officer of GenAmerica Corporation, the parent company of General American and Reinsurance Group of America. Prior to joining General American, Mr. Herzog was Vice President, Controller, for CitiCorp Life Insurance Companies and an Audit Supervisor with Coopers & Lybrand.
Mr. Herzog holds a bachelor's degree in accountancy from the University of Missouri-Columbia and an M.B.A. in Finance and Economics from the University of Chicago's Graduate School of Business. Additionally, he has attained the designations of Certified Public Accountant and Fellow in the Life Office Management Association.
Mr. Herzog serves on the University of Missouri-Columbia Trulaske College of Business Strategic Development Board. He has also served on the Board of Trustees of the American College, The Logos School and the University of Missouri School of Accountancy Advisory Board.
Kevin Hogan is Chief Executive Officer of Consumer. He rejoined AIG in October 2013 and is responsible for AIG’s Retirement, Life, and Personal Insurance businesses, providing annuities, mutual funds, life, health, disability, auto, personal accident, personal property, and service programs including extended warranty and travel insurance products and services. AIG’s Japan operations and the Consumer Claims organization will report to Mr. Hogan.
Mr. Hogan, who previously had a 24-year career at AIG, was most recently Chief Executive Officer of Global Life, Zurich Insurance Group, and was a member of the Zurich Executive Committee.
Mr. Hogan started his career in 1984 at AIG with American International Underwriters (AIU) in New York, and subsequently held management positions in Chicago, Tokyo, Hong Kong, and Singapore. In 1998, he was appointed President of AIG’s Accident & Health division in New York and was elected an AIG Vice President in 2001. In 2002, he also became Chief Operating Officer of AIU. In 2003, Mr. Hogan moved to Beijing to assume responsibility for AIG’s partnership with the People’s Insurance Company of China. In 2005, he became AIG’s Senior Life Division Executive for China and Taiwan, where he was responsible for AIA China and Nan-Shan. In 2008, he returned to New York as AIG’s Chief Distribution Officer, Foreign Life and Retirement Services.
Mr. Hogan joined Zurich in December 2008 as CEO, Global Life Americas. In this role, he led Zurich’s life insurance business in North and South America, with accountability for Farmers Life and Zurich’s Latin America Life Operations. He became CEO, Global Life, in July 2010.
He serves on the Board of Directors of the American Council of Life Insurers, the Japan Society, St. John’s University School of Risk Management and the Chatham Day School. Mr. Hogan is a graduate of Dartmouth College.
Jeffrey Hurd is AIG Executive Vice President – Transformation, Human Resources, and Administration. Previously, he was AIG Vice President and Chief Administrative Officer, with oversight responsibility for AIG's global operations and systems and corporate administration. Mr. Hurd was also Senior Vice President – Head of Asset Management restructuring, responsible for the sale of AIG’s external asset management business and the restructuring of AIG's asset management function. He also served as Interim President and Chief Executive Officer of AIG Global Real Estate from May until August of 2009.
Prior to 2009, Mr. Hurd was Senior Managing Director, Chief Administrative Officer and General Counsel of AIG Investments, with responsibility for the management of the legal, compliance, human resources, finance, and business strategy functions of the firm. He was also a Deputy General Counsel of AIG.
Mr. Hurd joined the AIG Corporate Legal Department in 1998. In 1999, he was named Associate General Counsel of AIG – Mergers & Acquisitions, with responsibility for all legal aspects of AIG's worldwide acquisition, disposition, joint venture, and strategic investment activities. In 2003, he was named General Counsel of AIG Investments.
Prior to joining AIG, Mr. Hurd was in private practice at Morgan Lewis & Bockius in New York, focusing on private equity, M&A, and other corporate transactions. He earned a B.A., magna cum laude, in Political Science from Union College and a J.D., cum laude, from New York University School of Law. He is a member of Phi Beta Kappa and is licensed to practice law in New York.
Seraina Maag is Executive Vice President and CEO of Regional Management & Operations. She is responsible for oversight of all country management. Seraina has oversight of AIG’s Operations.
Prior to joining AIG in November 2013, Ms. Maag served as Chief Executive of North American Property & Casualty for the XL Group, where she also held global responsibility for Excess Casualty and Surety.
Before joining XL Group, Ms. Maag was President of Zurich North America’s Commercial Specialties business unit, where she managed all aspects of U.S. operations, including Accident & Health, Surplus Lines, Excess Casualty, Management Liabilities, Surety, Political Risk, and Trade Credit. She was promoted to this position after serving as the unit’s Chief Financial Officer. Ms. Maag also served as head of Investor Relations and Rating Agencies for Zurich Financial Services in Switzerland, where she was responsible for managing relationships with global investors, analysts, and rating agencies.
Before joining Zurich in 2002, Ms. Maag was a founding partner and financial analyst for NZB Neue Zuercher Bank in Switzerland. Between 1990 and 2000, she held various management positions in underwriting and finance at Swiss Reinsurance in Switzerland and Australia.
Ms. Maag became a member of the Board of Directors of Credit Suisse Group AG and Credit Suisse AG in April 2015. In this role, she is also a member of the Audit Committee.
In 2009, Ms. Maag was elected a Young Global Leader by the World Economic Forum and named one of Business Insurance magazine’s Women to Watch. She holds an MBA from Monash Mt. Eliza Business School in Australia and is a Certified Financial Analyst. Ms. Maag is a dual citizen of Switzerland and Australia.
Thomas A. Russo joined AIG in February 2010 as Executive Vice President and General Counsel, with responsibility for Legal, Compliance, Regulatory Affairs, and Government Affairs.
Prior to joining AIG, Mr. Russo served as senior counsel in the New York office of the law firm Patton Boggs. Before he joined Patton Boggs, Mr. Russo was a vice chairman of Lehman Brothers Inc. and was the chief legal officer of Lehman Brothers Holdings from January 1993 to December 2008. Prior to joining Lehman, Mr. Russo was a senior partner and member of the management committee at Cadwalader, Wickersham & Taft, where he specialized in SEC and CFTC enforcement and regulation, derivatives, and financial and general corporate law. He also served as an advisor to the Brady Commission and as deputy general counsel of the CFTC and later the first director of the CFTC's Division of Trading and Markets.
A thought leader on financial market issues, Mr. Russo has testified before Congress on numerous occasions and has been a frequent participant at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland. He has also written more than 70 articles on topics in the commodities, securities and banking fields relating to financial market regulation. Mr. Russo co-authored the federal securities law book “Regulation of Brokers, Dealers and Securities Markets,” published by Warren, Gorham & Lamont. He also authored “Regulation of the Commodities Futures and Options Markets,” a two-volume treatise on federal commodities laws published by Shepard's/McGraw-Hill. He recently co-authored “The 2008 Financial Crisis and Its Aftermath: Addressing the Next Debt Challenge,” published by the Group of Thirty.
Mr. Russo earned his J.D. and M.B.A. from Cornell University, and received his undergraduate degree from Fordham University , where he was elected to Phi Beta Kappa .
Sid Sankaran is Chief Risk Officer until he becomes Chief Financial Officer after the filing of AIG’s 2015 Form 10-K. Mr. Sankaran joined AIG in October 2010 as Executive Vice President, Chief Risk Officer. Prior to joining the company, he was a partner in the Finance and Risk practice at Oliver Wyman Financial Services. He headed the firm’s Toronto office and served as Canadian Market Manager since 2006.
Mr. Sankaran has spent his career working with financial services companies, including a number of insurers, on risk management issues. He has also conducted strategy and risk-focused studies across a range of financial institutions, including insurers, banks, securities firms and specialty finance companies in North America and Europe.
Earlier in his career, Mr. Sankaran worked at Mercer Risk, Finance & Insurance Consulting and MMC Enterprise Risk, focusing on insurance company valuation and mergers and acquisitions.
Mr. Sankaran holds a Bachelor of Mathematics degree (majoring in actuarial science) and graduated with distinction from the University of Waterloo in Ontario, Canada. He completed actuarial examinations from the Society of Actuaries.
Robert S. Schimek is Executive Vice President and CEO of Commercial, overseeing AIG’s commercial insurance businesses worldwide. He is responsible for the company’s property, casualty, and financial lines products and services. AIG’s Commercial U.S. business, the U.K., and the Commercial Claims organization also report to Mr. Schimek.
Previously, Mr. Schimek was Chief Executive Officer of the Americas for AIG, responsible for the division’s insurance business in the United States, Canada, Latin America, and the Caribbean. Prior to that, he served as President and Chief Executive Officer of EMEA, and Chief Financial Officer of AIG’s global property casualty business.
Before joining AIG, Mr. Schimek was a partner at Deloitte & Touche L.L.P. where, for 18 years, he used his public accounting experience to serve global financial institution clients, including MetLife, The Prudential, and Merrill Lynch.
Mr. Schimek is a C.P.A. He earned his M.B.A. from the Wharton School of Business at the University of Pennsylvania. He is a graduate of Rider University in New Jersey and sits on the Rider University Board of Trustees.
Mr. Schimek is a member of the Executive Committee of BritishAmerican Business and the Board of Directors of BritishAmerican Business. He is also a member of the Board of Directors of the Council of the Americas.
Brian T. Schreiber is AIG Executive Vice President and Chief Strategy Officer and Head of Corporate Marketing and Communications. He oversees AIG’s global strategic planning efforts; M&A and divestitures; and Communications, which includes corporate marketing, brand, external and internal communications, digital media, and philanthropy and volunteerism. Mr. Schreiber also shares responsibility for Investor Relations with David Herzog, AIG’s Chief Financial Officer.
Previously, Mr. Schreiber was Deputy Chief Investment Officer, responsible for managing a $200 billion asset portfolio. Before that, he served as AIG Global Treasurer, responsible for AIG’s treasury operations and capital markets activities. Prior to serving as AIG Treasurer, Mr. Schreiber was Head of Strategic Planning, managing many of AIG’s major acquisitions, as well as acting as a key member of the team that designed and executed AIG’s restructuring plan to successfully repay America plus a profit of nearly $23 billion.
Mr. Schreiber joined AIG in 1997 as a Portfolio Manager for AIG Global Investment Group, and held several positions of increasing responsibility in AIG’s investment group. Before joining AIG, he was a financial analyst for Taylor & Co. – a member of Bass Brothers Enterprises of Fort Worth, Texas – where he focused on public and private investments in financial services companies.
Mr. Schreiber started his career as a consultant with Booz Allen and Hamilton in the firm’s Strategy Practice, and subsequently joined its Acquisition Services Group, where he advised clients on cross-border mergers and acquisitions, and post-merger integration.
Mr. Schreiber graduated cum laude from New York University’s Stern School of Business in 1987 with a bachelor’s degree in Finance, and was a recipient of the University’s Founders Day Award. He also earned a master’s degree in business administration from Columbia Business School in 1992.
Mr. Schreiber is a board member of the Jewish Community Relations Council of New York, and a member of the Council on Foreign Relations.