Chicago — Aon Corp., Chicago, a provider of global risk management and consulting services, announced that Mark Reagan, former chairman of the Willis Construction practice, has joined Aon Construction Services Group as managing director.

Reagan will be responsible for developing strategic initiatives to support the international practice within Aon Construction Services Group, and will specifically focus on Europe and Asia. Additionally, he will lead efforts to increase product innovation and development as well as work to enhance the group's production, recruiting and acquisitions in North America.

"Mark Reagan brings to Aon an unmatched level of knowledge about the construction industry and exceptional experience with the risks facing our contractor, owner and developer clients," says Peter Arkley, president and CEO of Aon Construction Services Group. "Our clients will benefit from his expertise as we continue to work diligently to protect their businesses and provide the most innovative coverage and advice today."

Reagan has nearly 40 years of risk management experience, including a strong background in the surety and underwriting arenas. Prior to joining Aon, Reagan served as chairman of the Willis Construction practice, where he developed and implemented the mission, strategic vision and plan, which included recruiting and developing the best talent, acquisitions, market relationships and creating new products and services for clients. Before his tenure at Willis, Reagan spent nearly 20 years with AIG, including serving as president of AIG Global Surety and Fidelity and CEO for the financial lines of AIG's American International Underwriters division. Prior to AIG, he spent 17 years at Seaboard Surety Co. as the head of underwriting and claims.
Source: Aon Corp.

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