Aon Announces U.S. Leadership Changes; Mula Named Risk Solutions President

February 25, 2016

Insurance broker Aon announced several leadership appointments in the U.S.

Warren Mula assumes the newly created global role of president of Aon Risk Solutions. He will serve as a strategic advisor across the business. Mula most recently served as chief executive officer for Aon Broking and will continue to support the broking agenda. Prior to this role, Mula  served as chairman of Aon Risk Solutions, U.S., where he oversaw client service management activities.

Tom Fitzgerald becomes chief executive officer of Aon Broking. Fitzgerald previously led the Aon Risk Solutions U.S. Retail business as chief executive officer. In his new role, he will help further globalize the firm’s broking capabilities. Previously, Fitzgerald served as chief broking officer for Aon’s U.S. Commercial Risk, president of Aon Private Risk Management and spearheaded Aon’s entry into the technology industry with the creation of the Aon Risk Solutions Technology Practice.

With Fitzgerald’s move to Aon Broking, two veteran executives will lead the Aon Risk Solutions U.S. Retail business moving forward: Lori Goltermann as chief executive officer and Steve Keogh as president. Together, Goltermann and Keogh will drive growth across the U.S. Retail business. Goltermann has held various leadership positions with Aon, including mergers and acquisitions practice leader, St. Louis office leader, account executive practice leader and, most recently, U.S. health and benefits practice leader. Keogh most recently served as chief administrative officer, Aon Risk Solutions, and head of human resources for Aon Risk Solutions Americas. Prior to that role, Keogh served as Aon Risk Solutions U.S. head of human resources.

Will Sneden becomes U.S. Health and Benefits Practice leader. Sneden has led and grown all segments of the U.S. Health and Benefits business.

 

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