Aon shuffles executive ranks in EMEA following departure
Re/insurance broker Aon has unveiled senior leadership changes in Europe, the Middle East and Africa (EMEA), following the departure of its commercial risk, health and affinity CEO John Cullen.
Cullen is steping down from his role as CEO of commercial risk, health and affinity in EMEA at the end of June.
Julie Page, currently CEO of commercial risk, health and affinity for the UK and Aon UK, has been named as CEO of the UK region on the future Aon executive committee that will be effective upon the completion of the proposed combination of Aon and WTW. She will report to Eric Andersen, president of Aon, and will join the global operating committee.
Responsibility for commercial risk, health and affinity in EMEA (excluding UK), will transition to Eduardo Dávila, who is currently CEO of Aon Iberia and Middle East. Dávila will report jointly to Andersen and Carlo Clavarino and will also join the global Aon operating committee.
Dávila has been named CEO of the EMEA region (excluding UK) as part of the future Aon executive committee.
Clavarino will take on a new role as executive chairman of international business, continuing to play a key role across the region. In this role, he will also become a member of the global Aon operating committee.
Clavarino has been named chair, international as part of the future Aon executive committee.
Andersen said: “John has consistently delivered for our colleagues and clients over the past 27 years, and we look forward to his continuing efforts as Chair of Aon’s recently established EMEA M&A and Transaction Solutions Advisory Board.
“At the same time, I welcome Julie, Eduardo and Carlo to their expanded roles. As future Aon Executive Committee leaders, they have extensive market experience and strong insights and are recognized for leading and inspiring colleagues to deliver outstanding results.”
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