Aon, istock, wellesenterprises
The European Commission has granted a "conditional approval" for the proposed combination of Aon and Willis Towers Watson, giving a sigh of relief to the broking giants that faced heavy antitrust scrutiny and criticism since announcing their $30 billion deal last year.
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Aon, Willis Towers Watson, Mergers & Acquisitions, Insurance, Reinsurance, Global, London, North America