Showing continuing momentum following the recent announcement to end combination efforts with Willis Towers Watson, and the recent introduction of the new Aon Executive Committee, today Aon reported second-quarter earnings, delivering another strong quarter of performance that included double-digit organic revenue and earnings per share growth.
Said Greg Case, CEO, “In the second quarter, our team delivered 11% organic revenue growth, our strongest growth in over a decade, that translated into 17% growth in adjusted earnings per share, and contributed to 13% free cash flow growth for the first half…These results demonstrate the incredible resilience of our colleagues and the power of Aon United. We are moving forward at an accelerated pace, with a proven leadership team and an enduring strategy.”(1)
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(1) The results presented in this communication are non-GAAP measures that are reconciled to their corresponding U.S. GAAP measures in the earnings press release issued on July 30, 2021. The corresponding U.S. GAAP measures include total revenue (which increased 16% in the second quarter over the prior year period), earnings per share (which decreased 2% in the second quarter over the prior year period) and cash flows from operations (which increased 10% in the first half of 2021 over the prior year period).