While insurance companies continue to settle with regulators regarding allegations of anti-competitive practices such as bid rigging and price fixing, three large brokerage houses have seen restrictions eased on their ability to receive certain kinds of incentive commissions. Marsh & McLennan Cos., Aon Corp., and Willis Group Holdings all within the last three weeks reached agreements with the New York attorney general and other insurance regulators and officials that allow them to ...

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