Aon names future leadership team

Aon has announced the future leadership team following the completion this year of its proposed acquisition of Willis Towers Watson.

The following will join Case, as CEO, and Christa Davies, as CFO, in forming the new Aon Executive Committee:

Eric Andersen, president
Julie Page, UK CEO
Lambros Lambrou, commercial risk CEO
Adam Garrard, global broking CEO
Alexis Faber, North America CEO

"Aon and Willis Towers Watson have a unique opportunity to create a combined firm that will make an even greater difference in the global economy and provide unparalleled experiences for our clients and colleagues," said Greg Case, Aon CEO. "This talented team draws on the best of both from each organisation and will be critical to delivering on the high aspirations we have for the new Aon."

"As we learned more about each other's organisations, it became clear that a fundamental driver of our success will be leaders who fully embrace a one firm mindset," said John Haley, CEO, Willis Towers Watson. "The willingness to put the needs of clients and the entire organisation ahead of their part of the business and any individual priorities will be the key to unlocking the full potential of the planned combination for the benefit of all our stakeholders."

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