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AIG Chief Executive Officer Lectures Business Students

AIG Chairman and CEO Robert Benmosche lectured to more than 300 students, faculty and staff members yesterday in the Carl J. Murphy Fine Arts Center. His discussion centered around AIG’s role in the financial crisis of 2008, its efforts to repay American taxpayers following the financial stimulus, and personal lessons on success and financial independence.

His visit was part of a two-stop tour of historically Black colleges and universities in the Baltimore-Washington metropolitan area. Benmosche, who lectured the day prior at Howard University, appeared at the invitation of MSU Board of Regents member and US Congressman Elijah Cummings, who hoped his visit would inspire more possibilities among Morgan students in the financial sector and global marketplace.

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