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April 18, 2008

Aon adds quartet to Honolulu office

by Richard Kilner

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Yesterday Aon Corporation announced that it’s Honolulu office was being bolstered by a quartet of new appointments.

Marcus Kim, Janet Ng, Jeff Case and Frank Wirt, described by CEO Chad Karasaki as having proven brokerage experience, will all be based in Aon’s Honolulu office.

Kim brings with him over two decades of experience, and assumes the role of senior vice president with a focus on healthcare, long term care, physician groups and property arenas.

He leaves behind Marsh, where he served a 13 year stint as senior vice president of its healthcare and property practices.

Ng rejoins Aon after an absence of almost four years, which were spent at Marsh.

In her new position as senior vice president she will be tasked with responsibility for controlled insurance programs’ sales and services and providing the firm’s general and specialty contractor clients with account services/casualty coverage.

Like Ng, Case returns to Aon to serve as senior vice president after a four year absence, again at Marsh.

Case will be responsible for serving clients by handling their property, casualty and executive liability risks.

Wirt is made vice president, and will focus upon surety issues pertaining to Aon’s contractor and developer clientele.

 

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