Aon Names New Vice Presidents for Originator and Public Entity Areas

June 20, 2006

Aon Corp. today announces the appointment of Nadine Moore as vice president and originator, and the appointment of Michael O’Brien as vice president and director for the firm’s Public Entity Practice.

In her role as vice president and originator, Moore will focus on serving and attracting financial institutions, technology firms and professional services clients in the Chicago area. Prior to this appointment, Moore served Aon as vice president of strategic projects, where she worked directly for Chief Financial Officer David Bolger. In this role, Moore led several large finance initiatives, including the consolidation of Aon’s financial systems and the firm’s Sarbanes-Oxley initiative.

Before joining Aon, Moore served as senior manager at Accenture, where she managed several global initiatives in the enterprise resource management arena.

O’Brien joins Aon from Unisys, where he served as client relationship executive responsible for assisting Illinois’ local and state government entities create and implement IT strategies. Before that, he was the area general manager for Xerox Corp., specializing in state and local government relationships in Illinois.

In his role at Aon, O’Brien will be responsible for expanding the firm’s Public Entity practice group, as well as managing relationships between government entities and Aon’s risk management professionals.

Mark Madigan, managing director of Origination, Aon Risk Services said: “Nadine and Michael are two of the most talented and respected individuals in their fields. Nadine has strong experience in the financial and professional service industry, and Michael’s history and past success in the public entity market segment is unmatched. They are tremendous additions to Aon and further proof that the industry’s best and brightest call Aon home.”

Aon Corp. is a provider of risk management services, insurance and reinsurance brokerage, human capital and management consulting, and specialty insurance underwriting. There are 46,000 employees working in Aon’s 500 offices in more than 120 countries.

Source: Aon Corp.

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