American International Group (AIG), which stands to join a list of financial institutions deemed too big to fail, may be looking to unload its thrift unit.

The insurer, which told investors recently that it expects regulators to designate it as systematically risky, intends to close down its AIG Federal Savings Bank unit as soon as possible thereafter, Reuters reported on Monday.

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