General Insurance Article - Aon wins British Insurance Award Commercial Lines Broking

 Aon Risk Solutions, the global risk management business of Aon Corporation, has won the British Insurance Award for the Commercial Lines Broking Initiative of the Year for its unique Trio proposition. The awards ceremony was hosted in London on Wednesday, 6 July.

 Trio was developed based on client feedback. It delivers a competitive combination of premium cover and service on property, casualty and motor wordings, pushing the boundaries of the mid-corporate segment.

 Jim Herbert, Managing Director of Aon’s UK Corporate division commented: “This is a fantastic achievement for Aon, and highlights the hard work of the entire team over the past several years. Trio is the perfect example of how Aon continues to innovate, and leverage our position in the market to the benefit of our clients.

 “I would like to thank and congratulate the entire team for their hard work, and look forward to even more success in the future.

 “As always, the British Insurance Awards is a fantastic evening. It demonstrates the breadth and depth of knowledge and expertise in our industry, as well as the power of our industry to help shape our economy.”

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