AIG names banking boss who quit over "hostile environment" as non-exec

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James Shephard, then serving as deputy chief executive, and Banque AIG CEO Mauro Gabriele, quit the firm in March 2009, citing a "hostile environment" created by AIG's decision to pay $165m in bonuses

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