Aon Announces CFO David Bolger To Leave Company

May 23, 2007

Chicago-based Aon Corp. announced this week that David P. Bolger, executive vice president, chief financial officer and chief administrative officer, will leave the company after the appointment of his successor. Bolger will remain with Aon while a search for his successor is conducted and for a period of time following the appointment of a successor in order to ensure an orderly transition, an Aon spokesman told Insurance Journal. The company is commencing a search for a new chief financial officer immediately.

Patrick G. Ryan, executive chairman of the Board of Directors of Aon, said, “I am pleased to have brought Dave to Aon in early 2003 as part of my effort to enhance our senior executive team. Dave’s performance has exceeded my highest expectations. He has earned the respect of Aon colleagues and shareholders, and the company is much stronger for his time here.”

Bolger, 49, joined Aon in January 2003. Prior to joining Aon, he served in various senior positions in Bank One Corp. and its predecessor companies, including American National Bank and First Chicago Corp.

Source: Aon Corp.

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