General Insurance Article - Aon GRIP Solutions expands leadership team

Aon GRIP Solutions expands leadership team in Europe, Middle East and Africa

 Aon Risk Solutions, the global risk management and insurance brokerage business of Aon Corporation (NYSE: AON), today announced three senior-level appointments for Aon GRIP Solutions in Europe, the Middle East and Africa. Aon GRIP Solutions provides insurance carriers with analytical insights regarding their underwriting capabilities and advice to help them better understand the requirements of Aon Risk Solutions clients.

 Joaquin Pedruelo Jauregui, a leader in the Spanish insurance brokerage and risk management industry with more than 25 years of experience with Aon and its legal predecessor, was appointed managing director of Aon GRIP Solutions. Previously, Pedruelo Jauregui served as Aon's chief broking officer in Spain.

 With more than 22 years of experience in risk and insurance management, Herbert Jansse joined Aon GRIP Solutions as managing director. Prior to this role, Jansse held leading positions with Marsh in London, Singapore and Rotterdam, and served as a member of the executive board.

 Jeroen Goldman joined Aon GRIP Solutions as a director. Previously, Goldman held several senior positions in broking and underwriting with Aon, Fortis and IF in the Netherlands.

 Marguerite Soeteman-Reijnen, group managing director of Aon GRIP Solutions for Europe, the Middle East and Africa as well as the Asia-Pacific region, said, “Jeroen, Herbert and Joaquin are all leading figures in the insurance industry, and the expertise and experience they bring to our team will be invaluable for our clients and colleagues globally.”

 Jansse and Goldman will be based in Rotterdam, the Netherlands, while Pedruelo Jauregui will be based in the firm's Madrid office.

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