American International Group, Inc. (NYSE: AIG) announced it has appointed Allison Barrett as Global Head of Multinational, General Insurance.
Ms. Barrett will join AIG on December 9 and will be based in New York reporting to Michael Price, Head of Global Service Businesses & Global Chief Operating Officer, General Insurance. This press release features multimedia.
In this new role, Ms. Barrett will drive the execution of General Insurance’s multinational strategic plan and lead the worldwide delivery of the company’s multinational expertise and capabilities across product lines to AIG’s global clients and distribution partners. Ms. Barrett’s appointment builds on AIG’s 80-year leadership in providing clients with global risk management expertise and risk transfer solutions.
“Our longstanding commitment to innovating products and services for our Multinational clients is a core part of AIG’s differentiated value,” said Mr. Price.
“Allison’s technical expertise in developing global risk transfer solutions and her track record of leading teams that deliver superior client service ideally qualify her to lead this vital organization.” “For many years, AIG’s Multinational capabilities have been industry leading,” said Ms. Barrett. “I am proud to join General Insurance and its highly-talented global Multinational team as we continue to create best-in-class solutions for our Multinational clients and broker partners.”
Ms. Barrett joins AIG from Willis Towers Watson, where she served as Managing Director and Global Head of the company’s financial institutions business within the financial, executive and professional risk specialty group (FINEX) since 2017, serving banks, asset managers, insurers, REITs and FinTech companies. Ms. Barrett joined Willis Towers Watson in 2013 as Senior Vice President, FINEX. Previously, Ms. Barrett was Vice President in Marsh’s US Financial and Professional Liability Practice (FINPRO). Ms. Barrett began her career as a Legislative Assistant on Capitol Hill. She holds a B.A. from Trinity College and a J.D. from Brooklyn Law School.