Proper casualty

13 Sep 2018 By Richard Beales

The insurer, rescued with a controversial $182 billion bailout in the 2008 crisis, has sold assets like AIA, rejigged operations, repaid the U.S. government, worked through CEOs and even started making acquisitions again. A new direction is emerging, but investors remain wary.

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