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Aon sponsors IAB awards

Global insurance broker Aon has become the exclusive sponsor of the inaugural International Accounting Bulletin (IAB) Awards.

Aon, a global leader in the insurance broker market, provides accounting firms, networks and associations access to the insurance market, as well as technical expertise and advice.

Aon sponsors IAB awardsAs a sponsor, Aon will receive exclusive awards branding and be heavily involved in the cocktail reception, which is due to take place in London on 8 March 2012.

“Aon has been closely associated with the accountancy profession and its professional liability needs around the globe for several decades. In that time we have worked with many firms as their risks have evolved,” said Keith Tracey, the managing director of Aon Risk Solutions.

“As the market leader is providing such services, we are proud to sponsor the first IAB awards recognising excellence in the profession.”

International Accounting Bulletin editor Arvind Hickman said Aon’s support of the IAB awards highlighted the company’s commitment to serving the global accounting profession.

“Aon is the largest insurance broker in the world and has a long-standing relationship with most of the firms that will be taking part in the IAB awards,” Hickman said.

“I am delighted to welcome a company with such a strong legacy of excellence in looking after the risk and insurance needs of accounting firms. I believe Aon is a great fit for the IAB awards and I look forward to working with them to make these industry awards a success.”

The International Accounting Bulletin Awards pays tribute to the global accounting industry. The awards feature more than a dozen categories, including network and association of the year, awards for excellence in audit, tax and consulting, as well as personal awards for young accountant of the year and a lifetime achievement award.

The International Accounting Bulletin Awards Cocktail Reception will be held at John Carpenter House, London, from 6pm on 8 March 2012.

If you are interested in attending the International Accounting Bulletin Awards, please contact IAB Events Manager Vicki Walker: vicki.walker@vrlfinancialnews.com

 

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