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Former AIG chief testifies in Washington
Former AIG CEO Maurice Greenberg, chairman and CEO of C.V. Starr & Co., Inc., testifies before the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee hearing on "The Collapse and Federal Rescue of A.I.G. and What It Means for the U.S. Economy" on Capitol Hill in Washington on April 2, 2009. (UPI Photo/Roger L. Wollenberg)
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Maurice Raymond "Hank" Greenberg (born May 4, 1925 in New York City) is a businessman and former chairman and CEO of American International Group (AIG), which under his tenure, was the world's 18th largest public company and its largest insurance and financial services corporation.

He is currently chairman and CEO of C.V. Starr and Company, a diversified financial services firm that is named for the founder of AIG, Cornelius Vander Starr.

Greenberg served in the U. S. Army in Europe during World War II, participating in the Liberation of Dachau and in the Korean conflict, rising to the rank of Captain; he is a recipient of the Bronze Star. He received his Bachelor's Degree in pre-law from the University of Miami and his law degree from New York Law School in 1950. He was admitted to the New York Bar in 1953. He holds honorary degrees from several colleges including Brown University, Middlebury College and New York Law School.

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