Back in September, AIG CEO Robert Benmosche went on the record saying he disagreed with former CEO Edward Liddy's plan to repay its $80 billion in government loans by divesting units outright. Instead, he said that selling stakes in the company's businesses was the better route, as it allowed the AIG to enjoy certain tax benefits while still trimming the fat.

Three months later, however, Benmosche seems to be altering his plan. According to a recent interview with the Wall Street Journal, Benmosche said AIG, in its current form, is too large.

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