It appears that AIG is moving closer to selling off a part of if not all of its aircraft leasing company ILFC. This business could be worth anything from $6-10 billion and is not a core asset for the company. AIG would be wise to take advantage of today’s favorable market environment, to sell the business, and then buyback stock aggressively. This is part of strategy outline in http://seekingalpha.com/article/453981-aig-is-too-good-a-long-term-idea-to-pass-up
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