Harvey Golub resigned as chairman of American International Group (AIG) today, the insurer confirmed. Golub’s resignation follows public speculation that he and CEO Robert Benmosche sparred over the troubled sale of AIA Group, AIG’s Asian life business unit.

Golub, who previously served as CEO of American Express, came to AIG as its nonexecutive chairman in August 2009 to replace Edward Liddy during the company’s tumultuous economic woes. 

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