AIG (New York) has closed the sale of a portion of its asset management business to Hong Kong-based Pacific Century Group.
Pacific Century Group paid $277 million in cash at closing, and AIG expects to receive additional future consideration in the form of a performance note and a continuing share of carried interest, according to an AIG source.
The divested portion of the asset management business has been branded as PineBridge Investments and operates in 31 countries. PineBridge Investments manages approximately $87.3 billion of assets for institutional and individual clients across a variety of asset classes, including private equity, hedge funds of funds, listed equities and certain fixed income strategies.
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