Aon moves jurisdiction from the UK to Ireland due to Brexit


Aon has revealed plans to move the jurisdiction of incorporation for its parent company from the UK to Ireland due to Brexit, according to a statement.

The broker is keeping its headquarters at the Leadenhall Building in London, and noted that its “commitment to the UK and the important London insurance market remains unchanged”.

It further explained that this will not result in any material change to Aon’s current business operations, reporting requirements or listings.

Aon said in the

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