According to the Q2 release from Aon, the brokerage giant’s total revenue fell by 4% to US$2.5 billion (around NZ$3.7 billion) while organic revenue declined by 1%. However, net income from continuing operations attributable to Aon shareholders came in at US$397 million (around NZ$534.2 million), or US$1.70 per share, versus US$277 million (around NZ$414.6 million), or US$1.14 per share, in the same period last year.
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