Jay Wintrob will lead AIG’s US-based life insurance and retirement services businesses
American International Group (AIG) has appointed Jay Wintrob as the president and CEO of Domestic Life and Retirement Services.
Jay Wintrob, formerly president and CEO of AIG Retirement Services, will lead AIG’s US-based life insurance and retirement services businesses, which market their products and services under the brands – American General, AGLA, SunAmerica, VALIC, and Western National.
Mary Jane Fortin, senior executive vice president, chief administrative officer, and CFO of the domestic life companies, has been named president and CEO of American General Life Companies. She, as well as each Retirement Services profit center president, will report to Jay Wintrob. She succeeds Matthew Winter, who was recently promoted to AIG’s vice chairman of Administration.
The unified businesses will offer a suite of life and retirement savings products through an established multi-channel distribution network that includes banks, national, regional and independent broker-dealers, career financial advisors, wholesale life brokers, insurance agents, and a direct-to-consumer platform.
Jay Wintrob was named president and CEO of AIG Retirement Services in 2001. He previously served as SVP, EVP, vice chairman, and COO. He also served as president of SunAmerica Investments from 1994 through 2000, overseeing the company’s invested asset portfolio.