In 2021, AIG prioritized 10 ESG themes based on the results of our first materiality assessment, which was conducted in 2020. The materiality assessment identified ESG topics that are most critical to AIG’s ability to generate long-term value and affect how stakeholders make decisions.
These 10 themes provided the basis for our ESG efforts in 2021 and are the foundation for this report.
We expect our ESG focus to evolve as we engage with key stakeholders and identify emerging ESG topics, trends, risks and opportunities, and as we evolve as a business.
In October 2020, AIG announced its intention to separate its Life & Retirement business from AIG and, in 2021, made decisive progress. AIG will be refreshing its materiality assessment post-separation to identify and prioritize topics that are relevant to its core General Insurance business.