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Aon opens climate innovation hub in Singapore

The climate hub will be housed in the Aon Centre for Innovation and Analytics.

Professional services firm Aon has launched a climate innovation hub based in Singapore, allowing clients to work through environmental risks and opportunities.

With support from the Economic Development Board (EDB), Aon has outlined its plans to make significant investments over the next decade in order to enhance its data, analytics, insights, and solutions.

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Additionally, Aon intends to expand its Centre for Innovation and Analytics (ACIA) in Singapore, which serves as the new hub. The aim is to increase the number of colleagues at ACIA from approximately 180 to over 350 over the same period.

“Aon’s climate innovation hub will complement Singapore’s growing ecosystem of sustainability solutions providers that can help businesses meet their climate commitments, support their energy transition and explore green growth opportunities.” Png Cheong Boon, Chairman, EDB, said.

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