American International Group announced last week it will sell its majority interest in its consumer lending business, American General Finance, and take a pre-tax loss of $1.9 billion in the third quarter from the transaction.

In a joint statement, the New York-based insurer said it will sell an 80 percent interest in American General Finance Inc. (AGF) to Fortress Investment Group, LLC, and retain a 20 percent interest.

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