The Australian Competition Authority has preliminary concerns with the merger between two insurance companies (Aon / Willis Towers Watson)

Preliminary competition concerns over Aon's proposed merger of Willis Towers Watson* The ACCC has preliminary competition concerns with Aon plc’s (Aon) proposed merger with Willis Towers Watson plc (WTW). Aon and WTW are two of the three largest providers of commercial risk, reinsurance and employee benefits broking and advisory services globally, including in Australia. The ACCC is concerned that the proposed merger will significantly lessen competition in the supply of these services in Australia. “We are concerned that

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Australian Competition Authority, The Australian Competition Authority has preliminary concerns with the merger between two insurance companies (Aon / Willis Towers Watson), 18 February 2021, e-Competitions February 2021 - II, Art. N° 99378

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