Aon Study of Insurance Industry Finds Earnings Volatility Lower in 2004

CHICAGO, June 1 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ — Aon today announces the results of its 2004 Insurance Earnings Volatility Study, which highlights the insurers and reinsurers with the least volatile earnings.According to Michael Bungert, president of Aon Re Global, “Investors place a large amount of emphasis on earnings growth and earnings volatility, among a number of factors, when evaluating investment opportunities. We believe that less volatile earnings will, over time, contribute to increased shareholder value.”….

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