Aon eSolutions names Paul Holden as Chief Information Officer

With more than 18 years of experience in technology strategy, Holden’s key area of responsibility will be to expand eSolutions’ suite of technology products that manage enterprise risk, administer claims, and oversee core insurance business processes. Holden will primarily be focused on enhancing RiskConsole, Aon’s comprehensive risk management information system. Launched in 2001, RiskConsole is the pioneer in browser-based risk information technology.

“Having in-depth industry expertise is vital to our success in providing our clients with the comprehensive insurance solutions they require,” said Kathleen Burns, managing director of Aon eSolutions - Americas. “Paul thoroughly understands the needs of the market and brings valuable expertise we will leverage for our  product suite. He’s uniquely qualified to lead our technology organization to deliver the industry’s best insurance solutions.”

Holden joins Aon from Dynetech Services Corporation, where he served as CIO and vice president, executing the company’s design, development, and management of strategic information systems. Prior to Dynetech, Holden worked as vice president of information technology at Broadspire Management Service, where he led the technology integration resulting from company acquisitions and the subsequent divestiture of business units acquired by Aetna and Crawford & Company. Holden also served as vice president and director of technology infrastructure at Sedgwick Claims Management Services.


About Aon

Aon Corporation (NYSE:AOC) is the leading global provider of risk management services, insurance and reinsurance brokerage, human capital and management consulting, and specialty insurance underwriting. Through its 43,000 professionals worldwide, Aon readily delivers distinctive client value via innovative and effective risk management and workforce productivity solutions. Our industry-leading global resources, technical expertise and industry knowledge are delivered locally through more than 500 offices in more than 120 countries. Aon was ranked by A.M. Best as the number one global insurance brokerage in 2007 based on brokerage revenues, and voted best insurance intermediary, best reinsurance intermediary, and best employee benefits consulting firm in 2007 by the readers of Business Insurance. For more information on Aon, log onto

Publication date: 29 November 2007