There are no two ways around it, AIG was a disaster during the financial crisis. But that was then.

Since then, the company has cleaned up its act, thanks in no small part to current CEO Robert Benmosche. In the past couple of weeks in particular, AIG has been making some big moves that should help the company continue getting back on the right foot. The most recent? Deciding to sell the remaining $6 billion-plus stake in Asian insurer AIA.

In the video below, Matt Koppenheffer discusses what this all means for AIG investors. 


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The article More Smooth Moves at AIG originally appeared on Fool.com.

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