Aon and WTW deal expected to result in savings


Aon chief executive Greg Case has described the broker’s $30bn (£22.9bn) deal to buy Willis Towers Watson (WTW) as the “most meaningful in our history”.

It was announced earlier today (9 March) that Aon and WTW are set to merge in an all-stock transaction which values the combined businesses at approximately $80bn.

The companies first confirmed they were in talks in March last year, but one day later Aon said it intended to walk away from a potential deal.

In a conference call with the media

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