Aon Agrees to Buy Brazil Health & Benefits Broker and Solutions Firm, Admix

December 1, 2016

Aon announced it has entered into an agreement to acquire Admix, a leading health and benefits brokerage and solutions firm in Brazil.

Financial terms of the agreement, which was announced on Nov. 25, were not disclosed and the acquisition is subject to customary closing conditions and regulatory approval.

“The private health insurance market in Brazil has shown steady growth in recent years despite challenging macroeconomic conditions. We expect growth in this sector to accelerate as economic conditions improve and employers continue to look for ways to attract and retain key talent,” said John Zern, CEO, Aon Health & Benefits.

“Admix complements Aon’s existing industry-leading capabilities, more than doubles our presence in Brazil and also expands our ability to serve clients in Latin America, and around the world,” added Zern.

In a statement, Aon said that Admix is “a recognized pioneer and innovator in health and benefits brokerage and solutions in Brazil that has been serving clients for more than 25 years.”

Admix has more than 1.4 million beneficiaries across approximately 6,700 companies of all industries and sizes and places approximately $2 billion Brazilian real ($584 million) in health and benefits premiums each year.

“We have been exploring opportunities to enhance our capabilities in Brazil and the Latin America region, and the acquisition of Admix provides us with expanded offerings in a sector that is of growing importance to employers, the country’s economy and consumers in Brazil,” said Fernando Pereira, CEO, Aon Risk Solutions Latin America. “We are enthusiastic about the opportunities that our union with Admix will deliver to our clients, broker partners and colleagues.”

“Admix’s broker partners and clients will continue to realize financial and operational benefits from a scaled operating platform as well as enhanced data & analytics capabilities,” said Cesar Antunes, founder and owner of Admix. “We are excited about Aon’s vision for the future of health and benefits in Brazil as evidenced by this investment to create a combined firm with the highest quality people and solutions in the industry.”

Topics Mergers & Acquisitions Agencies Aon

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