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Aon ‘cements position in Stockton business community’ with office move

A professional services firm says it has taken “a step forward” after officially opening a North East base.

Aon welcomed Tees Valley Mayor Ben Houchen to cut the ribbon at its office in Thornaby, near Stockton.

Bosses say the site, known as Fast Track House, “demonstrates its commitment to North East clients”, adding it will help the business roll out future expansion plans.

The company previously operated out of nearby Preston Farm Industrial Estate.

Christine Wood, head of office for Aon Stockton and Newcastle, said: “The investment in flexible, fully-serviced facilities is a step forward for the business and the Stockton team.



“This is part of a strategic move to support Aon’s flexible working culture and our ambitious growth plans.

“The new office better accommodates our knowledgeable and experienced team of client directors and advisors so they can deliver the best service for our clients, and provides ample space for any expansion in the future.

“The move also cements our position within Stockton’s thriving business community and demonstrates Aon’s commitment to our North East clients, who benefit from having a local team that is supported by a regional, national and international network of colleagues.”

Mayor Houchen added: “This continued commitment to Teesside by Aon is brilliant to see, and with the excellent work they’re doing I have no doubt we’ll see them continue to grow and create new jobs for local people.”

Aon’s Stockton office provides companies, from SMEs to large corporates, with commercial risk, health, reinsurance and wealth solutions.