Aon announces new leadership for AON Risk Solutions in the UK

AON announced the appointment of Julie PAGE as CEO of Aon Risk Solutions (ARS) in the UK, effective 1 April 2017. She takes over this role from Andrew TUNNICLIFFE, who has been with AON since 2005, holding senior leadership roles within ARS EMEA and Aon Global Risk Consulting as well as leading ARS UK. To help transition key client relationships, he will continue to work on a part-time basis with ARS UK and EMEA.

Julie PAGE started her career with AON, before moving to MARSH where she was most recently CEO of the Commercial and Consumer division. She re-joined AON in early 2016 to lead the National ARS business across 16 offices in the UK. Julie PAGE has extensive experience of providing risk and insurance advisory services across the spectrum of the UK retail insurance market, from consumers through to large and global corporates. She is active across the UK risk and insurance industry, acting as a Board Director for the British Insurance Brokers Association (BIBA) and as an advocate for D&I, through participation on the Inclusion@Lloyds and Dive-In Festival committees.

John CULLEN, CEO, AON Risk Solutions EMEA said: "This appointment reflects AON's strategy of promoting and developing internal talent, which is a critical aspect of the firm's growth strategy.  Julie's experience and proven leadership ability will enable our Risk Solutions business in the UK to create even greater value for our clients. At the same time clients will continue to benefit from Andrew's experience as he stays with the firm to focus on client facing work. We would like thank him for his contribution as CEO of ARS UK."

Julie PAGE commented: "Since re-joining AON, I have been impressed by the depth and breadth of client solutions and resources, as well as the quality of both leadership and colleagues.  I am delighted and extremely proud to take on the role of CEO for ARS UK and am looking forward to leading the business as we continue to innovate on behalf of clients." 

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