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AIG Earnings Review: How Did The Life & Retirement Insurance Division Perform In Q1?

AIG ( AIG ) reported its Q1 2016 results on Monday. In the Life and Retirement division, total revenue declined by 5% year-over-year to $6.5 billion and pre-tax segment operating income declined by 17% to $788 million on lower investment income. The combined ratio - the ratio of claims and expenses paid to premiums earned - improved drastically from 100.8% in Q1 2015 to 94.6% in Q1 2016, while net premiums written in the division were flat in the quarter. The table below provides an overview of the results.

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