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AIG Software opens Asian hub in Malaysia
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17:12, September 05, 2008

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AIG Software International JVSdn Bhd, part of insurance giant American International Group Inc (AIG), has opened its Asian hub in Kuala Lumpur to offer travel help to policyholders, local media reported on Friday.

Policyholders who face emergencies while traveling in the region can turn to AIG Travel Assist, AIG Software general manager for Southeast Asia Mark Pavlides said in Malaysian central Selangor state on Thursday.

These include loss of passports or sickness.

Existing or new AIG customers who plan to go on holiday can also buy the travel assist product for as low as 6 ringgit (1.75 U.S. dollars) for domestic holidays or an annual package of up to 300 ringgit (87.72 U.S. dollars) per policy depending on holiday destination and length of stay.

"The group spent 2 million U.S. dollars for this center and we plan to expand to 100 employees by year-end," the New Straits Times quoted Pavlides as saying.

The newly-established Kuala Lumpur center will work with AIG Travel Assist's other four existing international assistance centers, of which two are in North America and one each in South America and Europe.


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