"Based on our brief discussion with
Nagel wrote "assuming the buyer makes the escrow deposit and the deal remains on track, today's announcement likely serves as nothing more than a short-term buying opportunity in the stock (all else equal)." But if AIG decides to look for another way to divest ILFC, which Benmosche calls a "non-core asset," investors may not see the capital return they expect from AIG this year.
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