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Sean B. Rider leaves WTW for California AI firm One Concern

North America26-08-2021Insurance, Reinsurance

Willis Towers Watson executive VP and head of client development joins “planetary-scale resilience software platform” builder.

Asurion taps Kelly for top underwriting role

North America16-08-2021Insurance, Reinsurance

The specialist technology insurance group has hired a former Aon and Willis Towers Watson executive

Willis Towers Watson veteran joins Artex

Guernsey16-08-2021Insurance, Reinsurance

The Guernsey-based hire will be responsible for client services

SRS strengthens Guernsey team

Guernsey28-07-2021Insurance, Reinsurance

Strategic Risk Solutions (SRS) has boosted its Guernsey office with hires from Willis Towers Watson and actuarial and consultancy firm BWCI.

Aon and Willis Towers Watson scrap $30bn merger

North America27-07-2021Insurance, Reinsurance

Aon and Willis Towers Watson have called off their $30 billion merger deal, citing an impasse with the US Department of Justice (DoJ) as the reason behind the decision to terminate the agreement.

US DoJ sues to block Aon-Willis merger over competition concerns


The fate of Aon’s combination with Willis Towers Watson has been thrown into doubt after the US Department of Justice sued to block the deal over concerns it would eliminate vital competition in the market.

Willis Towers Watson’s proposed deal with Arthur J Gallagher excludes captives business


Willis Towers Watson is being broken up, with parts of the business being sold to Arthur J Gallagher & Co (AJG) to help facilitate its acquisition by Aon.

Willis Towers Watson launches climate transition accreditation framework


Willis Towers Watson has launched an accreditation framework called Climate Transition Pathways (CTP) to help insurance companies and other financial institutions to identify which companies have robust transition plans aligned to the Paris Agreement. 

Willis Towers Watson, CMS lead longevity swap demonstrating “remarkable resilience” of market


A large UK pension scheme has completed a £6 billion longevity swap, with Willis Towers Watson and CMS acting as trustees and lead advisers on the deal.  

Willis Towers Watson braced for surging interest in captives for D&O, cyber and excess liability cover


Willis Towers Watson is preparing for an uptick in the use of captives in coming months, as businesses look to plug holes in their coverage, particularly for risks that have seen the highest rate increases as the market hardens in key lines. 

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