At AIG Canada, we are vigilant of any misrepresentation of our name and services. Please be advised that AIG does not offer insurance coverage for wire transfers or other types of electronic fund transfer methods.
Anyone who receives or has purchased an alleged AIG branded policy purporting to insure a wire transfer (or other types of electronic fund transfers), should contact local law enforcement and AIGCanadaOmbudsman@aig.com to report the matter.
Companies can be decimated by a single loss. For example:
A cable spark ignited a massive wildfire causing damages in excess of $2 billion. Never having been able to anticipate such a liability, the company responsible quickly found its insurance limits exhausted. An unexpected trigger like this is just one example from the several wildfire cases on our books, with alleged damages ranging from $100 million to $1 billion.
We are no stranger to claims of this type and severity. We attempt to construct a seamless and appropriately high tower of excess liability insurance that can be a critical safeguard against catastrophic losses.
With assets on the line, our clients rest easy knowing that we have handled more high-limit casualty claims — and more complex casualty claims — than any other insurance organization. Our claims professionals measure their experience in decades, not years.
The Scheme of Arrangement for the transfer of insurance policies and related assets from the Bermuda branch of AIG Excess Limited to American International Reinsurance Company Ltd. (AIRCO) was sanctioned by the Irish High Court on 15 March 2013. The Scheme became effective 1 April 2013.
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