Chicago
27 April 2011
Reporter: Ben Wilkie
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Aon appoints CEO of Captive Management Practice
Aon Risk Solutions, has appointed Peter Mullen, chief executive officer of Aon Global Risk Consulting's Captive and Insurance Management operations.

Mullen joins Aon from Bermuda-based Artex Risk Solutions and brings more than 25 years experience in insurance management and underwriting.

Stephen Cross, CEO of Aon Global Risk Consulting and Aon GRIP Solutions, said, "Peter is a leading figure in the insurance industry, and the expertise and experience he brings to this role will be invaluable for our clients and colleagues globally."

Mullen joins the Captive and Insurance Management leadership team of:

Nancy Gray, regional managing director for the Americas

John English, regional managing director for Europe, the Middle East and Africa

Vic Pannuzzo, regional managing director for Asia-Pacific

Vincent Barrett, managing director of Aon's White Rock and run-off operations

In addition to his new role, Mullen will join the global board of Aon Global Risk Consulting, assume responsibility for Aon GRIP Solutions in Bermuda and, on an interim basis, lead Aon Insurance Managers in Bermuda.

Mullen added: "I'm very excited to join what I believe is simply the best captive management team in the world. I look forward to the challenges ahead and working with my colleagues around the world to bring the best of Aon's global capabilities to our clients."

Mullen will be based in Aon's Bermuda office.

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