By Dan Primack
March 23, 2012

A.I.G. may make an offer for pieces of Hartford Financial Services Group, according to a Bloomberg interview with AIG life insurance head Jay Wintrob. www.aig.com

Clovis Oncology (Nasdaq: CLVS), a Boulder, Colo.-based acquirer, developer and commercializer of anti-cancer agents, filed for a $75 million secondary public offering of common stock. J.P. Morgan and Credit Suisse are serving as co-lead underwriters. The company went public last November at $13 per share, and closed trading yesterday at $25 per share. www.clovisoncology.com

Monster Worldwide (NYSE: MWW) is willing to sell all or part of the company, according to a Reuters interview with Monster CEO Sal Iannuzzi. The company’s shares have risen around 17% so far this year, for a current market cap of around $1.12 billion. www.monster.com

Reid Hoffman said that he plans to sell part of his Facebook holdings before the social network’s IPO, according to an interview with Bloomberg. He said it is part of a “general diversification strategy,” but that he will hold onto a majority of his shares. www.facebook.com

Pengrowth Energy Corp. (NYSE: PGH) has agreed to acquire light oil drilling company NAL Energy Corp. (TSX: NAE) for approximately C$1.9 billion (including assumption of debt). www.pengrowth.com

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