Mr. Golub would succeed retiring chairman and CEO, Edward Liddy
American International Group (AIG) has named Harvey Golub as non-executive chairman of the Board. He will assume his new role on August 10, 2009, succeeding retiring chairman and CEO, Edward Liddy.
Harvey Golub was elected to the AIG Board of Directors in May 2009. He was chairman and CEO of American Express Company from 1993 to 2001. Prior to joining American Express in 1984, he was a senior partner with McKinsey & Co.
He is the non-executive chairman of Ripplewood Holdings, a private equity firm based in New York. He is a member of the Board of Directors of Campbell Soup Company, and formerly its non-executive chairman.
Edward Liddy, chairman and CEO of AIG, said: “Harvey Golub is one of the most experienced and respected executives in the financial services industry today, known for his leadership, integrity, and business acumen. All of our stakeholders will benefit from his commitment to AIG and our enduring goal of ensuring we meet our obligations, including those to taxpayers.