A novel approach – AIG on why expertise in risk is key to winning Asia panel roles
When he's not busy writing novels, Peter Gregoire is trying to come up with new ways to boost efficiency within AIG's Hong Kong legal team. As GC for the insurance giant there, the author of Article 109 – a legal thriller which reached number one on Dymocks' bestseller list earlier this year – manages AIG's legal affairs in Hong Kong and Macau, and makes suggestions for change to Pamela Yeo, AIG's regional GC based in Singapore.
AIG’s Asia GCs demand more from their external advisers than straight legal advice – to win work from the insurance giant, firms need to step in and help with its mushrooming compliance burden, says Elizabeth Broomhall
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