Aon announces fall in UK broking income


Across the broking giant revenue was up 12% to $8.45bn (2009: $7.52bn) for the full year.

The company also said that for the fourth quarter of 2010 broking revenues in the UK grew 4% to $193m, up from $186m for the same period in the previous year.

Across the organisation retail organic revenue in risk solutions, which includes insurance brokerage services, rose 4% to $1.8bn in the last three months of the year.

The company said that rise "reflects the highest rate of organic revenue growth

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