Aon, JLT, Willis Towers Watson and Marsh are at least four of those affected in the probe, with a report by the Insurance Insider also suggesting there was a fifth company implicated. Aon, Willis and JLT said they will cooperate fully with the investigation. A spokesman for the Financial Conduct Authority, which is carrying out the investigation, declined to comment on the specific allegations. Aon said its aviation broker segmented accounted for less than $100m (£78.1m) of its global reve
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