AIG came under fire in 2009 after executives received retention bonuses following the company's near-collapse and subsequent bailout. Last week, the insurer announced new policies that made it clear to investors that it's very serious about cleaning up its act. In this video, Motley Fool contributor Jessica Alling discusses the new policies and what they mean for shareholders.


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The article AIG's Latest Bid to Repair Its Reputation originally appeared on Fool.com.

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