P&A and Aon to partner in international debt collection

22 August 2011 By Northern Lights

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Aon, the UK’s largest insurance broker, has appointed The P&A Group of Companies in a competitive pitch process, to look after its international debt recovery services.

P&A, one of the largest independent insolvency and debt collection firms in the country, won the contract in a competitive tender process.

Commenting on the appointment, Aon’s managing director Stuart Lawson, said: ”We’re delighted to work with P&A in offering what is a new solution for our current and future clients.  We feel that P&A’s professional, results driven and technologically advanced approach combined with their international capability brings real value to our clients.”

Scott Cooper, divisional director at P&A Receivables, will lead the team partnering Aon in four key areas in the UK and globally.  Whilst focusing on debt recovery, P&A will offer complementary services in the form of credit forums, creditor services and training and consultancy.

P&A’s managing director Jeremy Priestley said: “Aon is the world’s leading insurance and risk management advisor so this is a tremendous achievement for Scott and his team.  The two companies have similar business goals and a commitment to client service so this is a great opportunity to create what we hope will be a long term and mutually beneficial partnership.

“As a business we have invested heavily in growing our debt collection division, including our  international offering where our team provide a professional service in local language.  Additionally we run 11 specialist industry forums bringing together credit managers from leading businesses across the UK and worldwide.” 

The P&A Group of Companies acts for multinational plcs and financial institutions as well as accountants, solicitors and business advisors across the UK and Europe.

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