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Securing property in an age of global terror

Terrorism has come to dominate the news and political agenda. Anyone anywhere can be a victim. Commercial property landlords need to be more aware. Continue reading →

The frontier of innovation in insurance

Is it really happening? Let’s start with the word insurtech. It’s a mashup of insurance and technology and yes, it is happening right now. On the technology side we are seeing trends that have been coming for a while, including … Continue reading →

Am I exposed to/protected from regulatory liability? Search me!

I took part recently in a webcast run by the British Bankers Association (BBA) entitled: “What to do When the Regulator Comes Calling” . Continue reading →

Asian transportation execs fear cyber risk most

Transportation executives in Asia believe that their companies’ primary business threats are emerging from cyberspace, according to the 2016 Willis Towers Watson Transportation Risk Index. The Index’s consolidated findings – taken from land, sea and air transportation companies – showed … Continue reading →

Five strategic compensation and benefits trends to drive business success

It’s no secret that compensation and benefits professionals need to focus on smart ways to stretch their limited total rewards budgets. The competition for talent won’t go away, so optimising workforce programs that attract, retain and engage talent is also … Continue reading →

Modernizing Telephone Consumer Protection Act Compliance Strategy. Here’s how.

The Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA) may have real implications for businesses that use robocalls and telemarketing calls. But there are actions businesses can take to modernize their compliance strategy and steer clear of potential litigation. What is TCPA? TCPA … Continue reading →

The next large volcanic eruption in Japan. A source of concern?

The largest and most devastating eruptions have return periods of hundreds, even thousands of years, enough for populations and businesses to settle within range. Continue reading →

Competition a major concern for Middle East and Africa transportation execs

In the disparate commercial region that comprises the Middle East and Africa, the fear of emerging competition is the top business concern for executives across the transporta­tion industry, according to the 2016 Willis Towers Watson Transportation Risk Index. Continue reading →

Six reasons why the mining industry outlook remains uncertain

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Last September we released our first Mining Risk Review as Willis Towers Watson. We entitled the review “Dealing with Uncertainty” – but on the eve of our North American Mining Conference in Toronto next week, what exactly are these uncertainties? … Continue reading →

The top speed of a cheetah, or the importance of real-time performance feedback

I recently received my monthly ride sharing report, via email, and there were all my statistics and even a comparison to the top speed of a Cheetah: My rider scorecard (yes, it made me give up back-seat driving) had me … Continue reading →