The Guggenheim Wars: Internal Revolt Said to Split Boutique Firm
Sammons, an employee-owned company, owns about one-third of Guggenheim’s voting shares.
AIG Finds ‘Safer Harbor’ After Years of Retrenchment, Regulation
The life, annuity and property-casualty insurance player has tried to make itself a smaller, less complex company.
AIG Sheds Too-Big-to-Fail Label in Victory for CEO, Carl Icahn
The president of the ACLI argues that life insurers are sources of systemic stability, not risk.
AIG Assets Surge by `Billions of Dollars' With Digital Push
AIG's Valic unit is counting on robo advisors to supplement its 1,000 live human advisors.
BlackRock Finds $5 Trillion Industry Now Riskier Than in 2008
The money manager fears life insurers may be taking too much alternative asset risk.
MetLife Sees Fortress Deal as `Jump Start' for Asset Management
The company could make more asset-management deals.
AIG Gives Incoming Operating Chief Peter Zaffino $23.5 Million
Zaffino previously worked at Marsh & McLennan.
Icahn Said to Ease Off Demand for AIG Breakup Under New CEO
Duperrault says he might use some cash for acquisitions rather than for share buybacks.
Hot Tax-Avoidance Plan Joins Millionaires, Hedge Funds, Insurers
Investors may have put $15 billion into insurance-dedicated funds inside life insurance policies and annuity contracts.
BlackRock Sees $300 Billion From Insurers Pouring Into Debt ETFs
A change in NAIC accounting guidelines could lead to a big asset-allocation shift.