DUBLIN, July 28, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- Aon plc (NYSE: AON), a leading global professional services firm providing a broad range of risk, retirement and health solutions, today introduced the new Aon Executive Committee (AEC). The Aon Executive Committee is responsible for executing on the firm's four-pronged Aon United Blueprint, which creates new sources of value for clients, delivers more effective client service, drives innovation at scale and ensures a unique and sustaining colleague experience.
"Our Aon United operating model has been further strengthened through the combination planning process and we're moving forward at speed without the overhang of regulatory uncertainty or distraction of restructuring," said Aon CEO Greg Case. "Our new Executive Committee is an incredibly capable team of leaders with a clear perspective on what it will take to reach the full potential of Aon United."
Case added, "This team knows how to work together across geographies, solution lines and functions to bring the best of our firm to clients and is fully committed to accelerating innovation to better address unmet client need."
The Aon Executive Committee will be comprised of four solution lines, five regions and five shared service functions.
The following leaders have been named to the new Aon Executive Committee:
The announcement of these leaders follows the recent contract extensions of Case and Aon CFO Christa Davies through April 1, 2026.
Aon will provide a financial update and outlook during its Q2 2021 earnings call on Friday, July 30.
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