AIG Taiwan unit buyer says will try to meet regulator demands

TAIPEI, March 25 (Reuters) – The buyer group of AIG’s
Taiwan Nan Shan Life unit will figure out ways to meet
requests made by regulators and will get the additional required
paperwork ready in one month, a executive of the group said on
Friday.

Chairman C. T. Cheng of Ruen Chen Investment, the buyer
group, made the comments to Reuters. He declined to elaborate.

The Financial Supervisory Commission late on Thursday made a
seriesof demands as part of its review of the $2.16 billion
deal.

(Reporting by Faith Hung)

AIG Taiwan unit buyer says will try to meet regulator demands