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AIG releases 2017 corporate citizenship report

05 September 2018 AIG

American International Group, Inc. (NYSE: AIG) announced today the release of its 2017 Corporate Citizenship Report, which showcases how the company is connecting with the world through socially responsible business practices and values.

“As an insurance company, our work makes a difference in the lives of our clients every day. Through this, along with our commitment to being a good corporate citizen, we aim to step up and do the right thing whenever and wherever we can for those in need,” said Brian Duperreault, AIG President and Chief Executive Officer, in the report’s opening letter. “I’m so proud of our colleagues worldwide who give of themselves toward a greater good,” he added.

The report, which covers January 1 through December 31, 2017, reinforces AIG’s commitment to corporate citizenship and highlights themes intrinsic to its citizenship activities, including sustainability, employee engagement, and workforce diversity.

Highlights from the report include:

• Disaster resilience – a snapshot of how our employees from around the globe stepped up to support one another, our clients, and the community during times of need.
• Continued focus on sustainable investing – featuring a five percent increase in renewable energy investments from 2016.
•Entrepreneurship and empowerment – continuing to deliver world-class products and services to the underserved through microinsurance.
• Employee engagement – providing opportunities for employees to give back through volunteer and giving programs and through AIG’s more than 100 Employee Resource Groups worldwide.
• Diversity and inclusion – encouraging a culture of inclusion that is designed to attract, develop, and retain diverse talent.

To learn more about AIG’s Corporate Citizenship activities and to view the report, visit: www.aig.com/citizenship.

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