Aon Hires Four Insurance Industry Veterans for Honolulu Office

April 18, 2008

Aon Corp. a risk advisor and insurance broker, today announced that Marcus Kim, Janet Ng, Jeff Case and Frank Wirt have joined the company’s Honolulu office.

“Marcus Kim, Janet Ng, Jeff Case and Frank Wirt have proven brokerage experience and will enhance Aon’s level of risk management expertise in Hawaii,” said Chad Karasaki, who took the helm in March as CEO and resident managing director of the Aon Honolulu office. “All clients, from contractors to health care providers to utility suppliers, will benefit from our increased ability to deliver unprecedented and innovative solutions.”

Kim has 23 years of risk management and consulting services experience, with a strong background in the health care and property arenas. In his role as senior vice president, he will focus on health care systems, long term care, physician groups and large property portfolios. Prior to joining Aon, Kim spent 13 years at Marsh, where he served as senior vice president of its Healthcare and Property practices.

Ng returns to Aon as a senior vice president after nearly four years at Marsh, bringing with her 25 years of experience in the construction and transportation insurance industries. In this role, she will be responsible for the sales and servicing of controlled insurance programs and will provide account services/casualty coverages for general and specialty contractor clients. Ng was previously a senior vice president at Marsh where she led its Hawaii Construction Practice.

Case also returns to Aon as a senior vice president, after spending the past four years at Marsh under the same title. With more than 23 years of insurance industry experience in client service and program negotiation, Case will help Aon clients to best manage their property, casualty and executive liability risks.

In his role as vice president, Wirt comes to Aon with eight years of experience in the construction and surety insurance industry. At Aon, he will focus on surety issues related to its contractor and developer clients. He was previously a vice president at Marsh and has held a number of positions within the industry, including past president of the Construction Financial Management Association and former treasurer of the Hawaii Surety Association.

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