Aon sees operating income fall 8% in risk division

Greg Case

However in contrast, in the full year, income rose by 10% to $1.31bn (2010: $1.19bn).

The division includes retail brokerage and Aon reported that it saw no growth in its international segment with revenue from commission and fees coming in at $716m in the fourth quarter of 2011 (Q4 2010: $717m).

Again the full year results were stronger with the broking giant seeing a 6% rise in revenue in the segment to $2.7bn (2010: $2.55bn).

Across all segments retail brokerage revenue rose 3% in the quarter

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