Aon posts Q4 loss for 2017

Greg Case

Aon has reported a $19m (£13.4m) loss for the final quarter of 2017, reversing a profit of $452m for the same period of 2016.

However the global broker listed a series of factors behind the figure.

In particular, just like fellow global broker Marsh & McLennan which saw comparable profit drop from $436m to $29m, it highlighted the estimated impact of tax reform in the US.

For the full year Aon’s profit was 12% down at $1.2bn (2016: $1.4bn).

Revenue for the 12 months rose by 6% to $10bn.


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