Aon reports third quarter growth

Greg Case

However the broking giant highlighted this was due to a 46% increase in commissions and fees resulting from acquisitions, along with changes in foreign currency rates. According to the company organic revenue increased by 1%.

Net income from continuing operations increased 38% in the quarter to $198m. The result meant that in the first nine months of 2011 net revenue increased 48% to $702m.

Retail brokerage
The breakdown of the figures for Aon's broker arm revealed a 12% rise in retail brokerage

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