Aon has reshuffled its senior leadership team in Europe, the Middle East and Africa (EMEA) as it looks to fill the gap left by John Cullen, its chief executive officer (CEO) of commercial risk, health and affinity.
Julie Page, currently CEO of commercial risk, health and affinity for the UK and Aon UK, becomes CEO of the UK region on the future Aon executive committee, which will come into effect following the completion of Aon’s proposed combination with Willis Towers Watson.
She will report to Eric Andersen, president of Aon, and will join the global operating committee.
Eduardo Dávila, who is currently CEO of Aon Iberia and Middle East, assumes responsibility for commercial risk, health and affinity in EMEA (excluding UK), as CEO of the EMEA region, He reports jointly to Andersen and Carlo Clavarino and also joins the global Aon operating committee.
Clavarino will take on a new role as executive chairman of international business and also takes a seat on the global Aon operating committee.
Andersen said: “John has consistently delivered for our colleagues and clients over the past 27 years, and we look forward to his continuing efforts as chair of Aon’s recently established EMEA M&A and transaction solutions advisory board.”