WTW calls shareholder meeting on Aon deal


Willis Towers Watson has called its shareholders to two meetings on 26 August this year to discuss its acquisition by Aon.

A filing by Aon showed that the meetings were set to take place.

In addition, it revealed that the US Department of Justice has requested more information on the deal under antitrust rules.

Aon and WTW filed a report form about the deal on 24 April. However, on 26 May Aon withdrew that form and refiled it on 28 May.

The document detailed: “On June 29, 2020, the Antitrust

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