Aon posted its second quarter results today revealing a standout 7 percent increase in organic revenue in its reinsurance business fuelled by its leading market share of Japanese and Australasian accounts.
Property cat rates in the loss-affected regions of Australia, Japan, New Zealand and Thailand have leapt following the unprecedented cat events in 2010-11.
The group - which completed its redomicile from the US to London in the second quarter - said the increase in Aon Benfield's revenues was &quo...
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