The Aon-Willis Towers Watson mega-merger is definitively back on after speculation about whether the on-again off-again deal between the UK-headquartered brokerage giants would be revived.
Today, the companies announced an agreement to merge their operations in an all-stock transaction with an implied combined equity value of around US$80 billion, according to a press release. The combined company will take on the Aon name and will become a technology-enabled global professional services firm focused on risk, retirement, and health. It will maintain Aon’s current headquarters in London.
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