July 2008
Best's Review;Jul2008, Vol. 109 Issue 3, p74
Trade Publication
The article features the top global brokers in the U.S. Aon Corp. has a 2007 brokerage revenue of $6.1 billion and its top executive is Greg Case. Marsh & McLennan Cos. Inc. has also a 2007 brokerage revenue of $4.5 billion and its top executive is Brian Duperreault. Moreover, Willis Group Holdings Ltd. has a 2007 brokerage revenue of $2.5 billion and its top executive is Joseph J. Plumeri.


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