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American International Group Inc. (AIG), the $81.3 billion New York?? 1/2 based insurance company, named a new CFO and executive vice president, Steven Bensinger. His appointment came as CFO Howard Smith took leave and CEO and President M.R. Greenberg stepped down amid regulators’ investigations of an AIG transaction with another insurance company. Smith, 60, has been AIG’s CFO since 1996. Bensinger, 50, joined AIG in 2002 as treasurer and added the titles of comptroller and senior vice president in January. He continues to serve as treasurer and comptroller. Earlier, Bensinger was CFO of Combined Specialty Group Inc., Aon Corp.’s insurance underwriting unit, and executive vice president of Trenwick Group Ltd. He also worked at Chartwell Re Corp. and Skandia America Reinsurance Corp. after starting his career with Coopers & Lybrand.

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