Greenberg--LascaroIf the insurance industry had the equivalent of baseball’s “Comeback Player Of The Year” award, the winner in 2009 would no doubt be Maurice Greenberg.

While Mr. Greenberg may have left his post as CEO at American International Group following an accounting scandal in 2005, he remains the property and casualty industry’s embodiment of the old E.F. Hutton ads–when he talks, everyone listens.

After taking an uncharacteristically low profile for a few years while running C.V. Starr & Company, dealing with government probes of his AIG activities and legal battles with his former company, Mr. Greenberg stepped back into the spotlight big time.

Prominent coverage of Mr. Greenberg’s actions and musings began in January, when he publicly challenged AIG’s sale of Hartford Steam Boiler to Munich Re.

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