American International Group
should have a list of assets it wants to sell by next week as the insurer prepares to split itself up to repay an $85 billion emergency bailout loan from the
, according to a media report.
Edward Liddy, appointed AIG's CEO last week, said the company hopes within the next week or so to compile a list and "maybe even execute some of those transactions by then."
In an interview on
, Liddy said he hoped AIG would be able to pay back the Federal Reserve loan "as quickly as possible,"
reports. If the loan isn't repaid, the U.S. government has the right to take a stake of almost 80% in the company.
AIG's aircraft leasing unit and its U.S. life insurance and annuity arm could be at the top of the list, analysts said,
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