Aon's broking operations posted flat revenue of $1.8bn in the third quarter as organic growth was offset by falling investment income and unfavourable foreign exchange rates.
The risk solutions division delivered 3 percent organic growth in commissions and fees, slowing slightly from the 4 percent organic growth delivered in the first and second quarters.
But the powerhouse was the firm's reinsurance arm, Aon Benfield. For the second quarter in a row it posted organic growth of 7 percent as it...
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