Blogger Archives: Paul Chetwynd-Talbot

Paul Chetwynd-Talbot

Paul Chetwynd-Talbot is Managing Director of Willis’ Real Estate Practice. He joined Willis in 2000 and has over 30 years of experience within the insurance industry.

Climate risk: The $35 trillion question

As Donald Trump’s presidency gets underway and Britain begins its painful divorce from the E.U., it would be all too easy for major corporations to focus solely on navigating political volatility. But a 2015 report from the University of Cambridge’s … Continue reading →

U.K. attitudes to rental risk are softening

With traditional investments underperforming, many institutions are warming to some of the risks involved in moving back into housing, although some are more risk averse than others. Continue reading →

The Continuing Rise of Alternative Investments

Rising interest in alternative assets has been a prevailing trend over the last five years. Many now see student accommodation as a mainstream asset class – with nearly £6bn of investment last year. Meanwhile, the emerging build-to-rent sector will also … Continue reading →

Opinion: Turning the Tide on Insurance Commission

taking your cut (commission)

One of the longest-running debates in the residential rental sector has been around the commission charged by landlords and agents on insurance. Traditionally, in the UK many property owners have looked at insurance as an income stream rather than a … Continue reading →