Blogger Archives: Willis Towers Watson

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New Zealand Re/insurance Industry Feels Aftershocks of Quakes

The New Zealand quakes of 2010 and 2011 had a major impact on society and the cityscape--and radically changed the local insurance and reinsurance marketplace, writes guest blogger Jeremy Andrew, business development manager for Willis New Zealand. Continue reading →

What Risks Will Emerge in 2012?

Emerging Risk

18 emerging risks, some of which have been brewing for a while, some haven’t yet resulted in any claims, others are new twists to well-known risks. Continue reading →

Video: Loss and Opportunity of the Arab Spring–What Business and Insurers Can Expect in 2012

As the Arab Spring that erupted in Tunisia earlier this year continues to spread across the Middle East, Paul Davidson, Chairman and Chief Executive of Willis Financial Solutions reviews the impacts of the uprising so far and provides his analysis of what we might expect as we enter 2012. Continue reading →

Managing Risks to Cyber, Staff, and More in Financial Times Special Report

Financial Times Special Report: Risk Management

The global risk landscape gets riskier and harder to navigate for corporate leaders. Willis experts share their insights in an FT Special Report Risk Continue reading →

“Insurance Market in China is Only a Fraction of its Potential”

Bejing Biz District

The insurance market in China is lagging behind the progress of its economy, presenting a huge opportunity for both China and the Western insurance industry, writes guest blogger Tim Wright, CEO of Willis International. Continue reading →