(CNN) -- Here is a look at the life of former AIG Chief Executive Officer Hank Greenberg.
Personal: Birth date: May 4, 1925
Birthplace: New York, New York
Birth Name: Maurice Raymond Greenberg
Father: Jacob Greenberg
Mother: Ada (Rheingold) Greenberg
Marriage: Corinne (Zuckerman) Greenberg
Children: Jeffrey, Evan, Scott, and Cathleen
Education: University of Miami, B.A., 1948; New York Law School, LL.B., 1950
Military: U.S. Army, Captain
Timeline: 1952-1960 - Works for Continental Casualty Company.
1960 - Begins working for insurance company American International Group (AIG). Greenberg's hiring at AIG includes an appointment as a vice president of C.V. Starr and Company.
1968-2005 - CEO of AIG. Greenberg resigns in the midst of the New York attorney general's investigation into accounting fraud at AIG.
May 2005 - New York Attorney General Eliot Spitzer files a lawsuit against Greenberg, charging him with engaging in fraud to exaggerate AIG's finances. The case is on-going.
2005-present - Chairman and CEO of C.V. Starr and Company.
2009 - The Securities and Exchange Commission charges Greenberg for his involvement in the fraudulent accounting transactions that inflated AIG's finances. Greenberg agrees to pay $15 million in penalties.
January 2013 - Greenberg's book, "The AIG Story," is released.
June 25, 2013 - A New York appeals court rules that the 2005 lawsuit, filed by then New York Attorney General Eliot Spitzer, against Greenberg will not be dismissed.