American International Group (AIG) has promoted Mary Jane Fortin, currently senior executive vice president (SEVP), chief administrative officer (CAO) and chief financial officer (CFO) of the domestic life companies, to president and chief executive officer (CEO) of American General Life Companies. Fortin, as well as each retirement services profit centre president, will report to the new president and CEO of domestic life and retirement services, Jay Wintrob. Fortin succeeds Matthew Winter, who was recently promoted to AIG vice chairman of administration.
Fortin was named SEVP, CAO and CFO of American General Life Companies in 2009. She joined the American General Life Companies as executive vice president and CFO in 2006. Prior to joining American General, Fortin was a senior executive with the Hartford Financial Services Group, where she served as senior vice president (SVP) and director of mutual funds and president and CEO of the Canadian Mutual Fund business. She previously served as SVP and CAO for Hartford Life. Fortin has also held audit positions with PricewaterhouseCoopers and Arthur Andersen.
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