Sullivan and Weil lead on $15.5bn AIG sell-off
Sullivan & Cromwell and Weil Gotshal & Manges have taken key roles on AIG's $15.5bn (£10.4bn) sale of its life insurance unit to rival company MetLife, reports The Am Law Daily. Sullivan advised AIG on the sale of the American Life Insurance Company (Alico), in the latest in a series of sell-offs designed to help the company repay its massive debt to the US Government.
Sullivan & Cromwell and Weil Gotshal & Manges have taken key roles on AIG’s $15.5bn (£10.4bn) sale of its life insurance unit to rival company MetLife, reports The Am Law Daily.
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