Aon Risk Solutions New England expertise spans a vast array of industries, products and services. Whether you’re a smaller, independently-owned company or a Fortune 500 firm, your organization can benefit from our deep understanding of almost 20 major industries and more than 30 practice areas. We also have proven expertise in developing solutions of every size, from personal lines coverage to treaty reinsurance.
What’s more, every Aon solution in New England is backed by a global network of over 66,000 professionals serving clients in 120 countries. Our analytic tools and capabilities are the best in the business. And we’re consistently recognized as a leader in developing innovative solutions to address rapidly changing coverage requirements.
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With market volatility, increased competition, regulatory changes, third-party liability, cash flow issues and other risks, today’s construction-related company needs more than an insurance broker. You need a trusted business partner and advisor who can help you develop flexible, highly focused risk management solutions to address your specific requirements and circumstances.
Life Sciences companies face a growing number of unique and complex risks in areas such as products and clinical trials, directors’ and officers’ and supply chain liability. How these risks are mitigated and identified can be the fundamental difference between financial success and business failure.
Regardless of your organization’s size, industry or location, the executive liabilities you face are on the rise. Traditional risks involving directors and officers, errors and omissions and employment practices have been joined by new threats such as cyber crime. At the same time, increased regulation adds a new level of complexity and risk.
While the Greater New England environment remains stable, there are continual issues that owners, developers, managers and investors face. Climate change, TRIA renewal, catastrophic modeling, stricter lender requirements, and complex requirements involving distressed banks are just some of the issues facing the real estate industry today.
Aon New England’s expertise spans a vast array of industries, products and services. Whether you’re a smaller, independently-owned company or a Fortune 500 firm, you can benefit from our deep understanding of almost 20 major industries and more than 30 practice areas. We also have proven expertise in developing solutions of every size, from personal lines coverage to treaty reinsurance.
In today’s economy, running a financial institution is harder than ever. Leaders are faced with critical challenges in finding new and better ways to increase top-line revenues, maintain necessary capital ratios, improve margins, strengthen balance sheets and enhance efficiencies. Regulatory changes, compliance, economic volatility, and issues involving data security, distressed lending and troubled assets add even more concern. Aon can help financial institutions mitigate these risks and improve their competitive posture by providing risk management services designed for rapidly evolving business environments.
As population health risks and health care costs continue to rise, and legislative and economic changes alter the
benefit landscape, employers need innovative, game-changing solutions for employee benefits programs.
For today’s health care industry, the risks have never been greater. These risks involve health care reform, the shift from fee-for-service to outcomes-based compensation, industry consolidation, changing payer and provider relationships, the use of electronic medical records and the management of human capital.
Nobody has to tell you that industrial and materials companies are facing increasingly complex challenges, including global economic volatility, extensive regulatory and compliance changes, rising litigation, and supply chain failures that could potentially disrupt businesses. Demand forecasting is more difficult due to a slow and uneven economic recovery. Commodity price volatility is increasing, which affects cost structures, budgets, inventory and production costs. Rapid and disruptive technology developments and the outsourcing of component parts and offshore production result in even more risks.