Robert 'Bob' Benmosche was more than simply the right man at the right time to turn around AIG (AIG) after its $182 billion bailout by Uncle Sam. He was probably the only man capable of such a Herculean feat. 'He felt that he was the only who could do it and at that time nobody else thought it was possible,' said Ari Benmosche. Bob Benmosche told his story about how he took over as CEO in the wake of the company's collapse and repaid the government its entire investment in his book Good for the Money. Tragically, the former insurance executive passed away from cancer soon after completing the book. His son Ari is an active investor and owner of retail shopping centers in the U.S. as well as businesses in Croatia and elsewhere.
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