LONDON (16 May 2019) – Aon (NYSE:AON), a leading global professional services firm providing a broad range of risk, retirement and health solutions, has appointed Alison Cosadinos to its International Retirement practice as an associate partner.
Alison Cosadinos joins Aon after a short career break but with 20 years’ experience as an international pensions and benefits actuary. This has involved working in the UK, US, Canada and Trinidad, and in both consulting and in-house roles.
Alison spent 11 years with Royal Bank of Canada, latterly as director, International Pension & Benefits, with responsibility for oversight, guidance and approval of pensions and benefits programmes globally (excluding North America) in relation to governance, compliance, design and communication. Prior to this, Alison spent three years as a senior associate with Mercer, having previously worked at Hay Group and Ernst & Young.
In her new role with Aon, Alison is providing consulting advice to multinational companies on a range of international retirement and benefit matters, including governance and strategy reviews and mobile employee issues – notably those related to Brexit and financial wellbeing.
Paul Bonser, senior partner International Retirement at Aon, said:
“Our clients look to us for new ideas and solutions which can help them with the way they handle issues across multiple locations – issues which never seem to get more straightforward and which political change may well make even more complicated.
“Alison Cosadinos joins our team with extensive experience across all areas of international benefits as well as a breadth of perspective gained on both sides of the consulting and in-house fence – and which I am confident our clients will value greatly.”
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Notes to Editors
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Aon announced in May 2018 it will retire the business unit brands of Aon Benfield and Aon Risk Solutions, which follows the retirement of the Aon Hewitt business unit brand in 2017. This move was designed to increase the rate of innovation across the firm and make it easier for colleagues to work together to bring the best of Aon to clients. Aon has five specific global solution lines: Commercial Risk Solutions, Reinsurance Solutions, Retirement Solutions, Health Solutions and Data & Analytic Services.
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