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AON

(All Optical Network) See transparent network.
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Most recently, Dominic Christian was Chief Executive Officer of Aon UK Ltd, the firms UK risk management, insurance broking, and reinsurance business, and Executive Chairman of Aon Benfield International since 2013.
In this role, Shevetone will lead account management and business development efforts for Aon Hewitt, the division of Aon responsible for advisory and administration excellence in Health & Benefits, Retirement Solutions, and Talent.
As part of the deal, Aon Risk Solutions will resell eSolutions' iVOS and RiskConsole RMIS offerings to its clients under a multi-year distribution contract.
Bryon Ehrhart, formerly the chairman of analytics and investment banking for Aon Benfield, will become CEO of Aon Benfield Americas.
Aon says that an effective coordination across the firm puts Aon in a stronger position to deliver value for clients and represents the next step in reaching its growth objectives.
Aon said it will pay $50 for each Hewitt share - $25.
Devine recently served as chief operating officer of Aon Risk Services America and was head of global strategy.
CBRE executive vice president Kenneth Rapp handled the deal for Aon.
On June 12, 2009, Fitch affirmed all of its ratings for Aon and Aon's subsidiaries.
Smith has been serving Aon for over 20 years, having earlier served in London, Tokyo and Miami.
Aon Hewitt already serves a number of clients in South East Asia.
We've updated the map based on our analysis of data from trade credit and political risk insurers, plus our own sources of intelligence," said John Minor, national director of political risk for Aon Trade Credit.