Aon plc announced the appointment of Michael Moran to lead the insurance broker’s efforts to drive better client outcomes by scaling best practices across the firm.
As executive vice president of “Delivering Aon United,” Moran will focus exclusively on integrating the firm’s go-to-market strategy by expanding the Aon program creating a common standard for client engagement.
His initial priorities will include guiding greater collaboration across the firm’s solution lines within regions and driving systematic adoption of the most effective approaches for creating value for Aon clients, improving sales effectiveness and strengthening segmentation strategy.
“We are demonstrating our commitment to our clients by pulling proven best practices from our individual solution lines and regions and spreading them widely across the firm as quickly as we can,” said Eric Andersen, Aon’s co-president. “Many of our clients already appreciate the value we are creating for them, and we expect this impact will only continue to grow.”
Michael O’Connor, Aon’s co-president, added, “Michael Moran knows our firm, knows our clients and will be a great leader to accelerate our Delivering Aon United program.”
Moran has served in a series of key leadership roles at Aon over 14 years. Most recently he was chief executive officer of Aon Inpoint.
Rohan Dixon is succeeding Moran as CEO of Aon Inpoint, which is an Aon subsidiary that provides advice and solutions to the insurance and reinsurance industry, as well as advice to private equity firms and other financial services providers. Under Moran’s leadership, Aon Inpoint broadened its scope to deliver a wider range of analytics and made great strides with client engagement and consultancy, said Aon in a statement.
“Rohan Dixon has been an outstanding addition to Aon Inpoint since he joined earlier this year, and his background across broking, insurer strategy and advisory, in addition to his leadership experiences and network across Aon, makes him the ideal leader of Aon Inpoint,” Moran said.
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