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Aon Consulting wins group pension scheme

Aon Consulting has been appointed by Centrica to administer its group pension scheme.


The engineering and service group has a staff of 20,000 and members assets total more than £1bn.


Centrica group pension manager Rita Powell says: &#34Aon was chosen from the shortlist because we believe it has the resources and experience to consistently deliver the service members need.&#34

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