Dominic Mignon, chief of staff to Aon CEO Greg Case, has been recognised by an international diversity and inclusion organisation for his contributions to black, Asian and minority ethnic (BAME) empowerment at work and in his life.

Earlier today, UPstanding named Dom to the inaugural Executive Power List of the top 100 black, Asian and minority ethnic (BAME) professionals working in the US, UK and Ireland. Recipients were selected from a competitive group of nominees by a panel of leading executives, including Unilever CEO Paul Polman, Pinnacle Group CEO Nina Vaca and McKinsey UK Managing Director Vivian Hunt. Coca-Cola Chairman and CEO Muhtar Kent topped this year’s list.

“We’re enormously proud of Dom for receiving this appropriate acknowledgment of his contributions.” said Aon CEO Greg Case. “Dom is first and foremost a great colleague and we’re a stronger company, in a stronger industry, because of his contributions to Aon and his work to support diversity and inclusion issues.”

As chief of staff to Aon’s global CEO, Dom supports the Aon Executive Committee in driving the firm’s short and long term objectives. He previously served as Deputy CFO of Risk Solutions at Aon, as well as CFO for International, EMEA Financial Director and FP&A Head at Aon Benfield. Dom is a member of the Aon UK Community Affairs Committee and in 2014 became a business sponsor for the Multicultural Diversity group for Aon in the UK. He also sits on the Finance Committee of the Insurance Institute of London and is a Fellow of the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (FCCA).

As a company, Aon is committed to creating a winning and inclusive culture where everyone has opportunities for growth and development. Inclusion is the very foundation on which Aon has built a world-class organization, unparalleled in delivering distinctive value to clients.