Aon Benfield’s revenues dropped in the second quarter of 2014 on the back of what it called an unfavourable market impact on treaty business and a decline in its facultative placements.
This was partly offset by growth in its capital markets unit and its advisory business.
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Aon Benfield, Europe, North America, Second Quarter 2014 Results, Greg Case