Aon has reshuffled its Scottish team with new appointments

Aon has reshuffled its Scottish team with new appointments

Aon said the new recruits are a response to growing client demand for expertise in property and the public sector.

The new appointments comprise: Graham Munro, public sector client manager, Jennifer Stanger, property project manager, Steven Black, broking manager.

Munro will be responsible for advising local authorities on risk and insurance. He joins from Zurich Municipal.

Promoted from client service advisor to support Aon's presence in the commercial property arena, Stanger will be servicing clients, providing technical advice and placing cover.

Black joins the broking team to place Scottish clients' risks, including pan-European programmes, into the local and London markets. He has broking and underwriting experience with Marsh and Giant Risk Solutions respectively.

Mary McCausland, from Detroit, also joins as a graduate trainee. And Aon welcomes former rugby professional and business development consultant, Cameron Little.

Steve Young, business development director in Scotland, said: "Aon has successfully grown its business in Scotland allowing us to attract further new talent. We can now offer an even greater breadth of service to clients and continue to invest in our sector specialisms, where there is both demand from existing clients and further opportunities to explore."