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Best Corporate Adviser: Aon

It was not size that persuaded the judging panel to name Aon Best Corporate Adviser, but the way the firm had marshalled its many resources to deliver a first grade corporate benefits engagement package that delivers both for employers and employees.

As well as developing impressive benchmarking and risk forecasting propositions, Aon has implemented its revolutionary Bigblue technology – which combines aggregation with compelling financial education – in 134 organisations, supporting nearly 1 million UK employees in flex, pensions, auto-enrolment, health and wellbeing, group risk and financial education.

Judges were impressed with the big data approach facilitated by the firm’s technology. One judge said: “Aon has delivered a 21st century proposition that can reach everybody, from the worker on minimum wage to the executive approaching the lifetime allowance, with personalised messages for the problems they face.”

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