Brian Schreiber is a Managing Director and Co-Head of Carlyle Global Financial Services Partners. Prior to joining Carlyle, Mr. Schreiber spent 20 years at AIG in a variety of senior executive roles, including Chief Strategy Officer, Deputy Chief Investment Officer and Global Treasurer, and he was a member of AIG’s Operating Committee, Group Risk Committee and Investment Committee. He served as a board member of United Guaranty, AIG’s mortgage insurance subsidiary, and Varagon Capital, AIG’s middle market direct lending joint venture.
Mr. Schreiber was a key member of AIG’s executive leadership team that engineered and executed AIG’s successful restructuring and recapitalization. He led AIG’s divestiture, hedging and capital markets activities coming out of the financial crisis, executing more than 120 transactions (debt, equity, M&A) and raising more than $200 billion. Prior to the crisis, Mr. Schreiber was responsible for leading approximately $60 billion of acquisitions and strategic investments for AIG, including SunAmerica, American General, and Edison Insurance Japan.
Prior to AIG, Mr. Schreiber invested in financial services companies for the Bass Brothers, was an investment banker in Lehman Brothers’ Financial Institutions Group, and started his career as a research associate for Booz Allen & Hamilton.
He earned a BS from New York University’s Stern School of Business and an MBA from Columbia Business School. He is a member of the Council on Foreign Relations.