American International Group is increasingly likely to pursue an initial public offering for its plane-leasing business after a deal with Chinese investors stalled, according to analysts who...
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Shares of AIA declined yesterday after American International Group (AIG) priced the sale of its remaining stake in the Hong Kong-listed insurer near the top end of the indicative range.
American International Group (AIG) plans to sell its remaining stake in Hong Kong-listed insurer AIA to raise up to US$6.5 billion, marking the end of the US financial group's almost century-old...
New China Life Insurance yesterday became the second company to distance itself from a US$4.23 billion deal billed as the largest Chinese acquisition of an American company.
In the largest Chinese acquisition of an American company, a mainland consortium has offered to buy most of the world's biggest aircraft leasing company, International Lease Finance Corporation (...
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Profits at AIA Group, the largest life insurer in Asia and Hong Kong, rose 24 per cent in the first half as a result of strong growth on the mainland, Thailand and Singapore.
High-level cash bonuses, who gets them and how much they are worth, has been a sensitive subject since the 2008 global financial crisis.
The profile of bailed-out American International Group has been lowered even further in Hong Kong with the renaming of the United States giant's general insurance arm.
Regional director, bancassurance
AXA Asia Life