Rachael Ingle announced as CEO of Aon Ireland Appointments, news for Ireland, Appointments, – Business World

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It was announced this week that Rachael Ingle will lead Aon locally in the newly created position of CEO of Aon Ireland, supported by a broader leadership team. She has also been appointed as Head of Wealth Solutions for the firm across the EMEA region and as the Sub-Region Leader for the Nordics. 

Following a global announcement in July 2021, Aon operates in five regions globally, has four main solution lines in Ireland (Commercial Risk Solutions, Health Solutions, Wealth Solutions and Human Capital Solutions), and five shared service functions.
In 2021 the firm celebrated 100 years of serving clients in Ireland and has continued to grow its presence and capabilities within the country. It now employs a team of over 700 colleagues who provide innovative solutions, advice and analytics to help an increasing number of organisations in the private and public sectors to protect and grow their business.

Ingle joined Aon in 1998. Prior to becoming the Aon Ireland CEO, she oversaw the retirement and investment business for Aon in Ireland. She is now responsible for leading the acceleration of the Aon growth strategy and ensuring an integrated approach is taken across the business in Ireland to unlock value and better address unmet client needs. As Head of Wealth Solutions for the EMEA region, Ingle has responsibility for building new solutions and capabilities that help businesses build more resilient workforces and a more secure future for their stakeholders.
Speaking this week, CEO of Aon Ireland, Rachael Ingle said, “I’m delighted to take up the role of CEO of Aon Ireland and EMEA Head of Wealth Solutions at a key moment for our firm and our clients. In a world that is more volatile and fast moving than ever before, the risks facing leaders are becoming more complex and the need for better decisions has never been greater. That’s why I’m excited to work with our teams to help business leaders in Ireland address their current and emerging needs.”

She added, “With growing impact of geopolitical risk on businesses as well as the need to address other forms of risk such as climate change and rising costs, Aon is committed to helping organisations to not only protect their business but help it to grow and thrive.”

Source: www.businessworld.ie

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