Aon Plc is combining its UK and EMEA (Europe, Middle East, and Africa) client-serving capabilities and operations.
Julie Page, who came on board in 2016 and currently serves as UK chief executive, will become EMEA CEO on November 15. Her predecessor, Eduardo Dávila, is leaving Aon at the end of the year.
“We are very grateful to Eduardo for his contributions to Aon and for leading and inspiring colleagues to deliver outstanding results,” Aon president Eric Andersen said in an emailed release.
“During his distinguished tenure, Eduardo served as a tireless champion of our firm across Iberia and EMEA, and he leaves the region in a position of strength to capitalise on growth opportunities and scale Aon United solutions.”
Page, meanwhile, is about to widen her remit at the global brokerage.
Andersen noted: “As we continue to go further, faster with our 3x3 Plan to accelerate our Aon United strategy, operating as one united region will simplify our organisational structure to be even more responsive to client need and create further opportunities for our colleagues.
“With more than 30 years of experience spanning our risk capital and human capital capabilities, Julie is well positioned to partner with leaders in the region to deliver on our 3x3 Plan and further develop leading colleague and client experiences.”
Prior to joining Aon more than seven years ago, Page was chief executive of the UK consumer and commercial business at Marsh.
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