Shares of American International Group are up more than 25 percent year to date. Where the stock goes from here may depend on how quickly AIG starts returning capital to shareholders, analysts say.
After earnings in early May, AIG CEO Robert Benmosche told CNBC that the company's priority was to deal with its debt in order to ensure it maintains a strong credit rating. After that, it will look at a dividend and then potentially a stock buyback.
"As we continue to work on our capital plan and work with the Federal Reserve, our next priority would be to put a dividend on the stock, because we think that will increase the potential buyers," Benmosche told CNBC. "We're also looking at potential stock buybacks, as we progress through the year."