Frequently Asked Questions

AIG provides innovative insurance solutions to customers in over 70 countries and jurisdictions throughout the world.

In addition to serving commercial, institutional, and individual customers through its extensive worldwide property-casualty networks, and providing life insurance and retirement services in the U.S., we’re listed on the New York Stock Exchange.

News and Governance

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General Investor FAQs

Updated February 1, 2018

  1. How do I buy (sell) shares of AIG common stock?
    You must use a licensed broker to buy or sell shares of AIG common stock.

  2. Does AIG have a direct purchase plan for common stock or a dividend reinvestment plan?
    AIG does not have a direct purchase plan nor does it have a dividend reinvestment plan.

  3. How can I find the number of shares of AIG common stock I own?
    Please contact Equiniti Trust Company, AIG’s transfer agent at 888-899-8293 (international 651-450-4064). If you own AIG common stock through a brokerage account please contact your broker.

  4. Where can I find historical common stock price information?
    You can find historical AIG stock price information at Historical Stock Price. Go to the Historical Stock Price section and enter the applicable date.

  5. How do I replace a lost or uncashed dividend check?
    Contact Equiniti Trust Company, AIG’s transfer agent, at 888-899-8293 and request that the checks be replaced.

  6. I need to know how to calculate my cost basis for my shares of AIG common stock?
    You can find historical AIG stock price information at Historical Stock Price. Go to the Historical Stock Price section and enter the applicable date.

  7. What is AIG’s stock split history?

Date

Stock Split Ratio

11/20/70

6-5 Stock Split

5/2/72

2-1 Stock Split

4/1/74

5-4 Stock Split

3/29/77

5-4 Stock Split

5/27/81

3-2 Stock Split

4/25/83

5-4 Stock Split

11/17/86

2-1 Stock Split

7/23/90

5-4 Stock Split

7/30/93

3-2 Stock Split

7/28/95

3-2 Stock Split

7/25/97

3-2 Stock Split

7/31/98

3-2 Stock Split

7/30/99

5-4 Stock Split

7/28/00

3-2 Stock Split

In addition on 6/30/09 AIG affected a 1-for-20 reverse stock split on AIG’s common shares. Technically, this is a stock “combination” rather than a split.