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Aon Taiwan named “2009 Best Overall Insurance Broker” by Risk Management, Insurance & Finance Magazine

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Aon Taiwan today announced that it has retained the ranking of the best overall insurance broker for the fifth consecutive year as reported by Risk Management, Insurance & Finance Magazine. The 2009 result comes from the findings of a survey of the top 1,000 corporations operating in Taiwan and was announced in the magazine’s October 2009 issue.

The poll covered two major sections. First, respondents were asked to select those major criteria used in selecting their broker. The study indicated that the top 1,000 companies would select their broker based on the following capabilities:

1. Assistance on claims resolution
2. Understanding of the market
3. Negotiation power
4. Enthusiastic services
5. Risk management services
6. Access to the markets/insurers
7. Reinsurance arrangement/strategy
8. Proven track record
9. Company size
10. Brand awareness

The magazine also requested the respondents to rank all major Taiwanese insurance brokers in terms of:

1. Reputation
2. Service quality
3. Level of professionalism
4. Most recommended broker

Aon Taiwan was given the highest rating in all four categories and was named as the best overall insurance broker in the Taiwan market.

Mr. Michael Shih, Chief Executive Officer of Aon Taiwan, commented, “We are delighted to have been consistently voted as the number one insurance broker by the Taiwan business community. This is a wonderful recognition of our employees’ passion and enthusiasm with which we service our clients.”

“I take pride in knowing that our insurance services are greatly appreciated and recognized by the top 1,000 Taiwan enterprises,” added Ms. Lillian Lai, Chief Commercial Officer of Aon Taiwan. “I am proud to be on board and to work with a talented team. There are great business opportunities out there for Aon to demonstrate how we provide distinctive value to clients.”