AIG Board of Directors

James Cole, Jr.

Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of The Jasco Group, LLC; Former Delegated Deputy Secretary of Education and General Counsel of the U.S. Department of Education

W. Don Cornwell

Former Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer of Granite Broadcasting Corporation

Brian Duperreault

Executive Chair of the Board, American International Group, Inc.

John H. Fitzpatrick

Former Secretary General of The Geneva Association; Former Chief Financial Officer, Head of the Life and Health Reinsurance Business Group and Head of Financial Services of Swiss Re

William G. Jurgensen

Former Chief Executive Officer of Nationwide Insurance

Christopher S. Lynch

Former National Partner in Charge of Financial Services of KPMG LLP

Linda A. Mills

Former Corporate Vice President of Operations of Northrop Grumman Corporation

Thomas F. Motamed

Former Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of CNA Financial Corporation

Peter R. Porrino

Former Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer of XL Group Ltd

Amy L. Schioldager

Former Senior Managing Director and Global Head of Beta Strategies at BlackRock, Inc.

Douglas M. Steenland

Lead Independent Director, American International Group, Inc.; Former President and Chief Executive Officer, Northwest Airlines Corporation

Therese M. Vaughan

Former CEO of the National Association of Insurance Commissioners; Visiting Distinguished Professor and Former Dean of the College of Business and Public Administration at Drake University

Peter Zaffino

President & Chief Executive Officer, American International Group, Inc. 

Board Committees

Audit Committee

  • Peter R. Porrino, Chair
  • James Cole, Jr.
  • W. Don Cornwell
  • John H. Fitzpatrick
  • Linda A. Mills
  • Amy L. Schioldager
  • Douglas M. Steenland, ex officio

Compensation and Management Resources Committee

  • Linda A. Mills, Chair
  • William G. Jurgensen
  • Thomas F. Motamed
  • Therese M. Vaughan
  • Douglas M. Steenland, ex officio

Nominating and Corporate Governance Committee

  • Christopher S. Lynch, Chair
  • James Cole, Jr.
  • W. Don Cornwell
  • Amy L. Schioldager
  • Douglas M. Steenland, ex officio

Risk and Capital Committee

  • William G. Jurgensen, Chair
  • John H. Fitzpatrick
  • Christopher S. Lynch
  • Thomas F. Motamed
  • Peter R. Porrino
  • Therese M. Vaughan
  • Douglas M. Steenland, ex officio

Contact the Board

AIG's Audit Committee and Board of Directors have established procedures for the receipt, retention and treatment of complaints pursuant to Rule 10A-3(b)(3) under the Securities Exchange Act of 1934 and have established a means for communicating with the non-management members of AIG's Board of Directors pursuant to Section 303A.03 of the New York Stock Exchange Listed Company Manual.

To report complaints with respect to AIG's accounting, internal accounting controls or auditing matters:

Mail:
Chair of the Audit Committee
American International Group, Inc.
1271 Ave of the Americas
Floor 41
New York, NY
10020-1304

Email: boardofdirectors@aig.com

Onlinehttp://www.aigcompliancehelpline.com/

Telephone:      
The AIG Compliance Help Line at 1-877-244-2210, Menu Item #3 (to access the AIG Compliance Help Line from outside the United States, dial the appropriate country code, wait for the prompt, then dial the number)

To contact the non-management members of AIG's Board of Directors as a group or the other members of the Board of Directors with respect to concerns or other matters:

Mail:
c/o Corporate Secretary
American International Group, Inc.
1271 Ave of the Americas
Floor 41
New York, NY 
10020-1304

Emailboardofdirectors@aig.com

The Corporate Secretary opens all communications and forwards them to the appropriate recipient. However, at the discretion of the Corporate Secretary, items unrelated to the directors’ duties and responsibilities as members of the Board may not be forwarded, including the following materials:

  • Unsolicited marketing or advertising material, mass mailings, junk mail and “spam”
  • Unsolicited newsletters, newspapers, magazines, books and publications
  • Resumes and other forms of job inquires except for director nominees
  • Product inquiries
  • Routine invoices, bills, account statements and related communications that are appropriately addressed by management
  • Surveys and questionnaires
  • Requests for business contacts or referrals
  • Invitations to conferences
  • Other materials deemed to be trivial, irrelevant, inappropriate and/or harassing