General Insurance Article - Aon statement on FCA investigation


The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) in the United Kingdom is conducting an investigation into suspected conduct within the aviation broking industry,

 Which for Aon in 2016 represented less than $100M in global revenue. Aon is working diligently with the FCA in order to ensure it can carry out its work as efficiently as possible. We cannot comment on the details of this investigation as it is ongoing, other than to say Aon takes compliance and regulatory issues extremely seriously and has a strong and respectful relationship with the regulator.

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