Aidan Kelly is the Associate Director within the Risk Finance & Captive Consulting (RFCC) practice of Aon Risk Solutions based in Atlanta, Georgia. RFCC focuses on consulting with clients to evaluate and develop unique solutions using alternative financing methods either in conjunction with or distinct from traditional insurance markets.
Prior to joining Aon, Aidan was the Chief Operations Officer and Compliance Officer for the Willis Towers Watson Global Captive Practice comprising all of Willis Towers Watson's captive operations globally. He was responsible for the operational delivery of client services, developing and improving service standards and ensuring a compliance culture is evident throughout the Global Captive Practice.
Aidan has expertise in a broad spectrum of captive and risk transfer mechanisms. In his career, he has demonstrated experience with a number of diverse clients and industry sectors and has worked with clients, brokers, insurers and reinsurers in many key international markets.
Aidan has specialized in international insurance business and, in particular, captives for the past 18 years of his career. Based in Atlanta, GA since 2013, he relocated from Burlington, Vermont where he had been since 2008. Aidan was previously a Director of Willis Captive Management in the Isle of Man since 2003. Many of his clients have international programs with operations in North America, Europe, Asia, Southern Africa and Australia. Prior to joining Willis, Aidan was a Property Facultative Underwriter for QBE Reinsurance (Europe) in Dublin, Ireland. Before QBE, Aidan was with RSA Ireland for 10 years where he focused on corporate property and liability programs and risk surveying. Aidan holds the ACI designation and a Certificate in Captive Insurance Management from Glasgow Caledonian University.
Aidan is President of the Governing Board of the International Center for Captive Insurance Education (ICCIE) in 2018 and been on the board since 2014 and is an instructor for the core course "Protecting the Captive: Predicting Risk, Reinsurance and other Transfer Mechanisms".