Aon is the largest aviation broker in the world, acting for some of the world’s largest airlines. This gives us access to underwriting markets and expertise that enables us to provide a real point of difference to our aviation clients in New Zealand.
Business continuity ensures your business is resilient to risks where there is a potential for loss or damage to your assets, people, information, buildings and infrastructure.
Aon offers genuine knowledge of the construction industry and its issues. We appreciate the unique aspects of each project through the development of a range of products for the industries participants including owners, contractors, project managers, consultants, engineers and architects.
In an increasingly litigious world, your company’s officers and board of directors are personally at risk to incur financially crippling lawsuits, making it difficult to attract top-tier talent. These vulnerabilities to risk may arise from the very qualities - initiative, vision, and business strategy - for which you hired them.
Working with Aon’s team of Enterprise Risk Management solutions experts helps your organisation make the most of opportunities that implementing Enterprise Risk Management represents.
No matter what profession you're in, business you manage, or sector you serve, client expectations around service and quality of advice remain legitimately high. The obvious challenge with such a benchmark is preparing and managing any alleged negligence or breach of duty.
Aon Mergers & Acquisitions Group (AMAG) is the leading provider of insurance and employee benefits due diligence services to the international business community.
Aon’s property risk control professionals focus on the design, implementation and communication of cost-effective asset protection programs. We will help you protect your balance sheet and secure the most appropriate risk financing and insurance strategies, concurrently supporting your risk mitigation and risk transfer goals.
Aon can help you increase sales and profits by removing the inherent risk of customer default. Companies often insure their physical assets and liabilities but fail to protect their Accounts Receivables. Insuring domestic or export credit can help with credit control, bad debt protection, and can lower the need for bank borrowing.