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Related Party Transactions and Outside Related Director Information

American International Group, Inc. (AIG)

4/5/2006 Proxy Information

SunAmerica Investment Opportunity

In May 2000, SunAmerica Inc. established a private investment fund to permit employees to participate in investment opportunities by investing alongside SunAmerica. A trust controlled by Mr. Wintrob invested in this fund in 2000. Under the terms of the partnership agreement, an affiliate of SunAmerica provides a non-recourse loan to each limited partner equal to three times the limited partner's equity commitment. In 2005, distributions by the private investment fund to the trust controlled by Mr. Wintrob did not exceed $60,000.

Relationships with Starr and SICO

Both Starr and SICO own substantial amounts of AIG Common Stock and have had other relationships with AIG. AIG is providing the following information to give a historical perspective on the payments made by Starr and SICO to AIG executive officers, including the individuals named in the Summary Compensation Table. The information in the following tables pertaining to SICO and Starr reflects the best information available to AIG, but AIG does not currently have full access to the books and records of Starr or SICO.

Payments and Benefits Provided by Starr and SICO. The following table details salary, bonus and directors' fees paid by Starr and SICO. To the extent these amounts were paid for services provided to AIG, they also are included in the Summary Compensation Table. Starr and SICO also provided perquisites and other personal benefits to AIG executives for their service to Starr and SICO. AIG does not currently have access to complete information and has not included these amounts in the table. (See page 37 and 38 of proxiy for tables).

6/27/2005 Proxy Information

A number of senior AIG executives, including the individuals named in the Summary Compensation Table, have historically held positions with, and received compensation from, Starr and SICO. Both companies own substantial amounts of AIG Common Stock and have had other relationships with AIG. For example, from time to time, Starr has offered members of AIG’s senior management the opportunity to purchase shares of its common stock and, since 1975, SICO has provided benefits under the SICO Plans to certain senior AIG employees. Consistent with AIG’s traditional presentation, the amount of AIG Common Stock beneficially owned by Starr and SICO and the amount of Starr and SICO voting stock beneficially owned by AIG’s directors and executive officers is discussed under “Ownership of Certain Securities,” awards allocated under the SICO Plans are reflected in the Summary Compensation Table and other transactions between AIG, on the one hand, and Starr and SICO, on the other hand, are discussed under “Certain Transactions.”

AIG is currently in the process of unwinding and resolving various relationships with Starr and SICO. As a result, AIG’s executive officers no longer serve as officers or directors of SICO and Starr or their subsidiaries.

5/31/2005 10-K Information

A number of senior AIG executives, including the individuals named in the Summary Compensation Table, have historically held positions with, and received compensation from, Starr and SICO. Both companies own substantial amounts of AIG common stock and have had other relationships with AIG. For example, from time to time, Starr has offered members of AIG’s senior management the opportunity to purchase shares of its common stock and, since 1975, SICO has provided a series of two-year Deferred Compensation Profit Participation Plans to certain senior AIG employees

4/5/2004 Proxy Information

Certain transactions in 2003 effected in the ordinary course of business between AIG and its subsidiaries and SICO and Starr are summarized in the following table: (see proxy for table)

* From these payments, which constituted approximately 47% of Starr’s consolidated gross revenues for the year, Starr is generally required to pay its operating expenses as well as commissions due originating brokers. The amounts are paid at terms not greater than those available to unaffiliated parties, and represent approximately 0.2% of the gross revenues of AIG.

* * These services are provided and obtained at a cost which, in the opinion of the management of AIG, does not exceed the cost of obtaining such services from unaffiliated sources.

Starr from time to time offers members of AIG’s senior management the opportunity to purchase shares of its common stock, which are held subject to substantial risk of forfeiture if they voluntarily leave the employ of AIG and its affiliates. Book value is used to determine the purchase price. During 2003, Starr offered an aggregate of 1,500 shares of its common stock to AIG employees. Mr. Sullivan purchased 250 shares and each of executive officers Castelli, Moor, Schreiber, Shannon and Smith purchased 125 shares, respectively, at a purchase price of $300 per share. As of January 1, 2004, Mr. Kanak purchased an additional 250 shares and Mr. Sullivan purchased an additional 125 shares each at a purchase price of $300 per share.

In making their independence determinations, the Nominating and Corporate Governance Committee and the Board reviewed the charitable contributions made by The Starr Foundation to the organizations with which the directors are affiliated. The Starr Foundation was established and principally funded by C.V. Starr and his estate. Mr. Greenberg is chairman and a director of The Starr Foundation and Mr. Smith is a director and treasurer.

The Starr Foundation made the following contributions to the National Bureau of Economic Research (the “Bureau”) to establish the C.V. Starr Research Fund for International Economics (the “Research Fund”): in 2001, $1,325,000; in 2002, $1,325,000. Mr. Feldstein is president and chief executive officer of the Bureau. These donations were made solely to establish the Research Fund, and Mr. Feldstein has advised the Nominating and Corporate Governance Committee that there is no present intention to seek additional funding for the Bureau from The Starr Foundation. The Board, upon the recommendation of the Nominating and Corporate Governance Committee, has determined that these contributions do not impair Mr. Feldstein’s independence for purposes of the New York Stock Exchange listing standards. Mr. Feldstein is not a member of AIG’s Audit Committee, Nominating and Corporate Governance Committee or Compensation Committee.

4/4/2003 Proxy Information

No related party transactions or special relationships reported for this company. Director relationships marked "Outside Related" at this firm will most often be former executives of the company. Additional information regarding these relationships will be added during our regular updates.