Dec. 10 (Bloomberg) -- Laurette Koellner, the executive chairman of American International Group Inc.’s plane-leasing business, will step down once AIG’s sale of the unit is approved, a spokesman said.
Koellner, 58, was named executive chairman of New York-based AIG’s International Lease Finance Corp. in June after Chief Executive Officer Henri Courpron was investigated over a relationship with an employee. Courpron, 49, and other ILFC executives will remain at the firm, Paul Thibeau, the ILFC spokesman, said in an e-mail.
Koellner’s planned departure was reported earlier today by Dow Jones.
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