Articles - AON appoint Nicki Tilney to Global Broking in Singapore


Aon appoints head construction, power and infrastructure broker in Singapore Global Broking Centre

 Aon Risk Solutions, the global risk management business of Aon Corporation (NYSE: AON), has appointed Nicki Tilney as head broker of construction, power and infrastructure for Aon’s Global Broking Centre  in Singapore. The Global Broking Centre in Singapore is one of Aon’s hubs around the world for insurance placement and ensures clients have access to insurance markets outside their immediate geography.
  
 Tilney joins from JLT and will be relocating from London to Singapore.
  
 With over 20 years of experience in the insurance industry, Tilney will coordinate the placement of construction, power and infrastructure business in local markets, and work with the other Aon GBCs around the world to place business with the most appropriate markets for the benefit of clients.
  
 Hamish Roberts, CEO of Aon Risk Solutions’ Power Specialty, commented:“We are delighted to welcome Nicki to Aon. The experience and expertise she brings will further strengthen what is already the leading globalteam in the power industry. This appointment demonstrates Aon’s commitment and ability to leverage its global footprint to find the best markets around the world for our clients, and ultimately develop and place the most efficient and effective insurance policies possible for them.”
  
 Ted Hodgkinson, executive vice president and chief broking officer for Asia, added: "Nicki's arrival to lead our construction,power and infrastructure broking team here in Asia underlines Aon's continued commitment to focused broking in the region."

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