American International Group (AIG) has named Quentin McMillan (pictured) vice president, managing director and head of investor relations.
As head of investor relations, McMillan will be based in New York City and will report to AIG chief financial officer Mark Lyons.
McMillan was most recently serving as senior director, investor relations at Marsh McLennan. Prior to Marsh McLennan, he was managing director equity research P&C insurance at Keefe,
Bruyette & Woods. McMillan had also worked for Morgan Stanley as vice president equity research P&C insurance.
McMillan earned his bachelor of science in finance from the Boston College Carroll School of Management, and an MBA from Columbia Business School. He was ranked the #1 Investor Relations insurance professional in the Institutional Investor 2021 All-American Executive Team ranking.
“As demonstrated by our first quarter 2021 financial results, AIG has significant momentum, which has allowed us to pivot from remediation to profitable growth. In addition, AIG is making meaningful progress on its enterprise-wide transformation through AIG 200, as well as the separation of its life & retirement business,” said AIG chief financial officer Mark Lyons.
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“Quentin’s industry expertise and reputation in the investment community make him ideally suited to outline AIG’s ongoing strategy to becoming a top performing company and global insurer of choice,” Lyons added.
“AIG is a results-driven organization and it’s exciting to join the company while its transformation is gaining steady momentum,” commented McMillan. “AIG’s world class management team coupled with its culture of underwriting and operational excellence is a compelling formula for expanding its global leadership position.”
AIG also announced that following McMillan’s appointment, Sabra Purtill will remain a deputy chief financial officer and treasurer of the company. She will continue to report to Lyons and oversee the company’s treasury & banking operations as well as rating agency relations. Purtill will also remain as interim chief risk officer for AIG, and is taking a key role in AIG’s separation from it life & retirement business.