Standard & Poor’s Rating Services said it revised its outlook on Aon Corp., to positive from stable, and affirmed its “triple-B-plus” counterparty credit and senior unsecured debt ratings.

Steven Ader, S&P’s credit analyst, said in a statement that the outlook was revised to reflect Standard & Poor’s “increased confidence level that Aon, through the continuation of its expense reduction initiatives and, prospectively, increased success in leveraging its competitive position in its very strongly positioned risk and insurance broker segment, will continue to improve its operating performance to a strong level.”

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