NEW YORK, June 22, 2015
American International Group, Inc. (NYSE: AIG) today announced that Annabelle Bexiga has been named Commercial Insurance Business Information Officer (BIO), effective August 2015. Ms. Bexiga will report to Phil Fasano, Chief Information Officer, and will also have a matrix reporting line to John Doyle, Chief Executive Officer, Commercial Insurance. She will be based in New York.
Ms. Bexiga will work closely with the Commercial Insurance organization to develop a world-class technology function that drives business growth, process excellence, and innovation. She joins AIG from TIAA-CREF, where she was Chief Information Officer (CIO) and led a multi-year IT transformation program during the organization’s evolution into a full-scale financial services provider.
“Annabelle will serve as the lead information officer for the largest commercial insurance business division in the world. She brings invaluable IT and business acumen, experience, and leadership to AIG,” said Mr. Fasano. “I look forward to her strong leadership in this important role as we continue to develop strategies and business opportunities with a focus on using technology to better reach and interact with our clients.”
“We are delighted to welcome Annabelle to AIG,” said Mr. Doyle. “Technology is a key enabler for our commercial insurance strategy and it will help us achieve our vision to become our clients’ most valued insurer. In her role, Annabelle will bring her unique view of emerging technology trends to further AIG’s progress toward becoming a truly digital organization, with the aim of delivering products and services in a way that will be a differentiator for AIG.”
Prior to her tenure at TIAA-CREF, Ms. Bexiga held several senior IT and operations positions at financial institutions, including CIO at Bain Capital during a period of global expansion, CIO at JPMorgan Asset Management, and head of corporate finance technology at Deutsche Bank.
Ms. Bexiga earned a Masters of Business Administration degree from Rutgers University Business School, and a Bachelor of Science degree from Seton Hall University. She serves on the board of the Women’s Refugee Commission, and recently served on the boards of Selective Insurance Group and Nuveen Investments. Other memberships include the Women’s Forum of New York, CIO Strategy Exchange (CIOSE), and Gartner’s Research Board.