Aon is in the business of better decisions

Company type

Large company




The Aon Centre, The Leadenhall Building, 122 Leadenhall Street, London, EC3V 4AN.

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Aon is in the Business of Better Decisions.

At Aon, we exist to shape decisions for the better — to protect and enrich the lives of people around the world.

Our world has become more volatile — economically, socially and geopolitically — than ever before. In an interconnected and interdependent world, organizations and individuals are under constant pressure to make complex business decisions, sometimes without all the necessary facts — and almost always at speed.

In this challenging economic and social environment, organizations are asking themselves two fundamental questions:

• How do I protect my organization against risk and volatility?
• How do I grow the potential of my workforce?

At Aon, we help our clients shape business decisions for the better. We believe that businesses thrive when the communities they serve and the people they employ also flourish.

We work with our clients, providing them with the advice and solutions that give them the clarity and confidence to make better decisions to protect and grow their business.

Our collaborative approach ensures every Aon client is better informed, better advised and able to make better decisions on a global and local level.

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Aon is in the Business of Better Decisions

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  • Gender parity



  • International presence

    120 countries

  • Average age of employees

    25 years

  • Values

    We're Committed • We're United. • We’re Passionate

Their CSR commitments

Already 3 actions completed 💚

  • We’re making the commitment to go carbon-neutral by 2030

  • 20% of executive discretionary incentive compensation based on I&D goals.

  • We have reduced our emissions by 16 percent since the 2019 baseline