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AIG Offers Crisis-Communications Insurance - WSJ.com
OCTOBER 12, 2011 | WSJ | By ERIK HOLM.

Got a Crisis? Tap AIG (Really)....Chartis, the property-casualty subsidiary of the New York insurer, is offering a new type of coverage to help companies offset the cost of bringing in outside experts when a public-relations crisis hits. Dubbed ReputationGuard, the insurance will pay for policyholders to seek the counsel of two crisis-communications firms, Burson-Marsteller and Porter Novelli, even before a possible crisis becomes public.
crisis_management  Chartis  AIG  reputation  insurance  public_relations  publicity  Burson-Marsteller  Porter_Novelli 
october 2011 by jerryking
AIG's Man in the 'Risk' Trenches - WSJ.com
SEPTEMBER 17, 2011 | WSJ | By SERENA NG.
Profiles Peter Hancock whom AIG hired in 2010 to fix its finances and
this past March thrust him onto the helm of its flagship business, a
sprawling property-and-casualty insurer with roughly 40,000 employees in
over 90 countries. That business, called Chartis, is now the biggest
source of AIG's headaches, after incurring large losses from insurance
policies sold years ago.
AIG  Chartis  insurance 
september 2011 by jerryking

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