AIG: Hurricane Irma: Update September 12, 2017

Hurricane Irma: Update September 12, 2017

There have been widespread reports of wind damage, flooding, and power outages in several Southeast states due to the impact of Hurricane Irma. As of Tuesday
morning (9/12), the storm had been downgraded to a tropical depression and was expected to continue to lose strength as it moved northward.

An immediate priority has been the safety and well-being of the small number of our employees and their families in areas where Irma has caused damages and created disruptions.

We do not expect that Irma will have an impact on AIG Life Operations, or on the Business Continuity Plan (BCP) that was implemented following Hurricane Harvey to transition operations from Houston to Nashville. For details, see Operations Bulletin 17-137.

A federal Major Disaster Declaration has been made for parts of east and west coastal of Florida and the Florida Keys, and additional areas in Florida or other states may be added in the days ahead. AIG will comply with all relevant declarations and bulletins that may be issued for insured customers who reside in counties declared federal or state disaster areas. This information will be provided to our distribution partners as it becomes available.

We will continue to monitor the storm and its impact in the days ahead as local, state and federal agencies assess its impact, and update our distribution partners and customers with details as they become available.

Hurricane Irma: Update September 12, 2017