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BRIEF-AIG CEO Says Industry Faces Total Insurable Losses From Hurricane Ian In The $50 Bln To $60 Bln Range - Conf Call

Nov 2 (Reuters) - American International Group Inc (AIG) :

* AIG CEO PETER ZAFFINO SAYS TOTAL INSURABLE LOSSES FROM HURRICANE IAN EXPECTED TO BE BETWEEN $50 BILLION AND $60 BILLION - CONF CALL

* AIG CEO SAYS 2022 WILL BE ANOTHER YEAR OF OVER $100 BILLION IN NATURAL CATASTROPHE LOSSES

* AIG CEO SAYS CO EXPECTS TO END 2022 WITH OVER $5 BILLION IN SHARE BUYBACKS FOR THE FULL YEAR

* AIG CEO SAYS LIKELY WINDOW FOR SECONDARY OFFERING OF COREBRIDGE COMMON SHARES WILL BE IN MID- TO LATE MARCH AND MID-MAY TO LATE JUNE

* AIG CEO SAYS PROCEEDS FROM COREBRIDGE'S SECONDARY OFFERING EXPECTED TO BE USED FOR SHARE BUYBACKS Further company coverage:

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