The AIG Advisor Group announced a back-office consolidation plan among its broker/dealers that will include cutting some of its workforce.

Larry Roth, president and chief executive officer of AIG Advisor Group, said in an internal memo that the plan will result in a “net decrease in positions across our network” but did not offer any other specifics. One published report estimated 40 positions will be eliminated.

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