Adam Winslow named CEO International for AIG Life & Retirement

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Adam Winslow, CEO, international, AIG Life & Retirement
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Adam Winslow, CEO, international, AIG Life & Retirement

Alongside leading AIG Life, he will assume responsibility for Laya Healthcare and support international development

CEO of AIG Life Adam Winslow has been appointed as AIG Life & Retirement's CEO, international, the firm has announced. In his new role, Winslow will continue to lead AIG Life but will also assume responsibility for Laya Healthcare in Ireland, while supporting potential further international expansion opportunities. Winslow will report to Rod Rishel, CEO, life insurance, will join the Life & Retirement executive team, and will be based in London at AIG Life HQ. "We have established a strong...

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