AIG names Rose Marie GLAZER Vice President, Deputy General Counsel and Corporate Secretary

American International Group - AIG announced that Rose Marie GLAZER will join AIG as Vice President, Deputy General Counsel and Corporate Secretary on March 8. Previously she served as General Counsel - Americas and Corporate Secretary for SIEMENS Corporation since 2012. She succeeds Jeffrey WELIKSON, who is retiring.

Rose Marie GLAZER will oversee the corporate securities, corporate secretary, and mergers and acquisitions (M&A) legal teams, and will report to Peter Y. SOLMSSEN, Executive Vice President and General Counsel.

"Rose Marie is an experienced, strategic leader, and I am confident that with her oversight and expertise, we will continue to support AIG's pursuits with the highest integrity," said Peter Y. SOLMSSEN. "Her additional responsibility overseeing the M&A legal team will optimize alignment and development opportunities for our team members."

"Jeff led a key team during some of the most challenging times in this company's history, with great success," continued Peter Y. SOLMSSEN. "During our short period of overlap, I have come to respect and to rely on not just his technical skills but his good judgment. We all wish Jeff the best in his retirement."

"AIG's mission and strategic initiatives are compelling, and I am thrilled to play my part as the legal, compliance and regulatory team delivers the utmost service to our diverse stakeholders. I look forward to bringing continuous, dedicated leadership to the corporate securities, corporate secretary, and M&A legal teams", said Rose Marie GLAZER.

Rose Marie GLAZER joined Siemens Corporation from SIEMENS Product Lifecycle Management Software Inc. (formerly known as UGS Corp.) after serving as General Counsel and Secretary since 2007 and Associate General Counsel and Compliance Officer since 2004. She was also interim Cluster General Counsel for SIEMENS Mesoamerica from 2009 to 2010.

Before joining SIEMENS, Rose Marie GLAZER was General Counsel and Secretary at TELVISTA, Inc. She began her legal career as an associate with the law firm, Jones Day. Rose Marie GLAZER received her B.B.A. in accounting, B.A. in Spanish, and her J.D. from Southern Methodist University, where she was Business Managing Editor for the Southwestern Law Journal.

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