AIG is separated of its chairman Martin Sullivan

Particularly shaken by the sub-prime market trouble, and under the pressure of tremendous criticism for its mismanagement of the crisis, the American giant AIG has been compelled to part with its Chairman Martin Sullivan, in duty since 2005. The group's board of directors has appointed Robert Willumstad to take over M. Sullivan.

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