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December 11, 2012
07:22 EDTAONE, NXY, AIG, CEOChina spends record $57.2B in 2012 on outbound acquisitions, FT says
Chinese companies made noteworthy acquisitions in a diverse set of industries this past weekend, including purchases in energy, aircraft leasing and electric cars, and bankers see the trend of China being one of the world’s biggest forces in mergers and acquisitions continuing next year, according to Financial Times. China has already spent a record $57.2B on outbound acquisitions this year, the report noted, citing Dealogic. Reference Link
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July 28, 2015
08:32 EDTAIGAIG to acquire First Principles, terms not disclosed
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08:31 EDTAIGAIG names Douglas Dachille as Chief Investment Officer
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July 21, 2015
05:31 EDTCEOCNOOC announces Luda 10-1 project commences production
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July 16, 2015
18:39 EDTCEOAlberta Energy Regulator responds to Nexen pipeline failure
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09:09 EDTAIGAIG expands presence in Chinese-American life insurance market
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08:54 EDTAIGBofA/Merrill U.S. life insurance analyst holds analyst/industry conference call
U.S. Life Insurance Analyst Weiss, along with Jill Hoffman, VP of Government Affairs and Felicia Smith, VP & Senior Counsel for Regulatory Affairs from the Financial Services Roundtable, discuss the Labor Department's recent proposal to impose fiduciary standards on the sale of retirement products on an Analyst/Industry conference call to be held on July 20 at 11 am.
08:05 EDTAIGAIG launches design, construction risk mitigation service for luxury homes
AIG Private Client Group said it introduced the insurance industry’s first risk management and mitigation service for residential construction projects with budgets of $5M or more. The service seeks to minimize risks related to natural catastrophe, water damage, security, fire and life safety, and potential threats to fine art or other collections that will be located in a home. AIG’s Smart Build recommendations come from the company’s deep experience protecting some of the world’s largest luxury homes, as well as extensive analysis of AIG claims data and overall loss trends.

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