American International Group Inc. said it expects to record a $4.1 billion charge in the fourth quarter to bolster loss reserves for its Chartis property and casualty unit.

The decision was made after the company's year-end review of loss reserves.

About 80 percent of the charge will be put toward four classes of business: asbestos, excess casualty, excess workers' compensation and primary workers' compensation, AIG said.

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