Aon Appoints Lambrou as Global CEO of Commercial Risk Solutions

February 12, 2019

Aon plc has appointed veteran Aon leader, Lambros Lambrou, as global CEO of Commercial Risk Solutions.

Lambrou has worked within the risk management industry for more than three decades, holding leadership roles that span numerous Aon solution lines and regions. Lambrou assumes the Commercial Risk Solutions CEO role from Mike O’Connor, who was named co-president of Aon in May 2018.

Lambrou’s diverse 30-year career at Aon has spanned nearly all solution lines and geographies. His recent roles in Commercial Risk Solutions have included CEO of Australia, CEO of the Global Broking Centre in London, chief broking officer in EMEA, as well as global chief operating officer for Aon Broking and head of Carrier Management for Aon. Most recently, Lambrou served as chief commercial officer and CEO of Global Specialties for Commercial Risk Solutions and will maintain those responsibilities.

“Lambros has held leadership roles around the world and served our clients across multiple solution lines,” said Eric Andersen, co-president of Aon. “His appointment will further strengthen our ‘Aon United’ growth strategy by increasing collaboration across the firm as we accelerate the development of new sources of value for clients.” (Aon United is an initiative that brings together resources and expertise across the company’s various businesses – Commercial Risk, Reinsurance, Health, Retirement and Data & Analytic Services – to identify and deliver innovative solutions for clients.)

“I’m energized by the opportunity to work across our firm to bring the best of Aon to our clients,” said Lambrou, CEO of Aon’s Commercial Risk Solutions. “I look forward to helping clients minimize volatility and better manage their risk exposure to maximize performance.”

Lambrou will assume his additional responsibilities immediately and continue to be based in Aon’s New York office.

Source: Aon

Topics Commercial Lines Business Insurance Aon

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