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  • Appetite, limits of liability as well as policy terms and conditions for Multinational risks align with those of each individual line of business and country capacity across the global network
  • Fronting and captive management solutions are tailored to clients’ needs and AIG Multinational can offer a range of structures that best meets these needs
  • Broad, flexible risk appetite to underwrite/place most commercial and consumer lines of business
  • Major clients with complex exposures as well as corporate clients expanding into multinational operations
  • Growth targets aligned with those in General Insurance and Life & Retirement
  • Industry appetite aligns to product
  • AIG’s appetite for global captive and fronting solutions not defined by industry, but attractiveness of the fees vs. risk, along with costs of credit, capital and administration
  • Opportunity evaluated on its standalone merits. Generally, an ideal client profile is:
    • Single-parent captive structure
    • Counterparty credit rating of single B or higher
    • Fees of $100K or higher
    • Premiums of $1M or higher
    • Potential for multiline fronting
    • Supports AIG’s risk transfer underwriting appetite
    • This profile tends to include clients in the energy, mining, manufacturing, healthcare, programs and construction/engineering sectors

Global Footprint

Delivering world-class multinational expertise, solutions and service to clients in a globally consistent and seamless fashion through one of the largest global networks in the industry, spanning 215+ countries and jurisdictions




450+ dedicated MN service professionals, 50+ dedicated fronting and captive management specialists to more than 6,000 claims staff supporting clients around the world


Multinational Client Briefs


• Bespoke client reports with insight into what is needed to place risks across our network, including individual country information, program structure rationale, action checklist, timeline and claims process overview

• Client Briefs can be downloaded and shared with brokers/clients to support discussion around risk placement and multinational program structure