AIG News

I’ve always had strong female characters in my films: Pan Nalin

Director Pan Nalin, riding high on the international success of Angry Indian Goddesses, on India’s first ‘female buddy film’, how it’s not about male bashing, and the equal pay debate.

US bank regulators gain ground against too-big-to-fail bailouts

Bank regulators has been on a quiet mission to end the belief that large banks are 'too big to fail.'


Suspected KCF man dies in custody,family alleges torture; probe ordered

Sohan Singh,alias Sohanjit Singh,an alleged Khalistan Commando Force operative,arrested on March 7 by the State Special Operations Cell for possession of arms,died mysteriously in police custody on Monday.

AIG repays $6.9 bn of US bailout funds

AIG had received over $180 bn from US Treasury at the height of the global financial crisis.

AIG to pay $725 mln to settle fraud case

AIG will settle a long-running securities fraud lawsuit in one of the largest class action settlements in US.

Goldman bags top spot in global M&A

Goldman Sachs reclaimed the top spot for M&As advice in the first half of 2010.


Prudential sales jump 27 pct in 2010

Indicating robust growth,Prudential's sales in April and May were up 28 pct compared to the year-ago period.

AIG rejects Prudential's revised $30.38 bn offer for AIA

In a setback to Prudential Plc's efforts to bolster its Asia presence,American International Group rejected the British insurer's reduced USD 30.38 billion takeover bid for AIG's Asian life insurance unit.

AIG rejects Prudential's revised offer for AIA

AIG rejected the British insurer's reduced $30.38 billion takeover bid for AIG's Asian life insurance unit.

Prudential prices record $21 bn cash call

Britain's Prudential laid out the case for its $21 billion rights issue on Monday.