Tag Archives: China

Largest Chinese Claims of 2011

This country suffers more than its fair share of floods and earthquakes, whilst typhoons regularly wreak havoc on southern coastal areas. Continue reading →

The Thirsty Dragon: Implications of China’s Water Shortages

Our Shanghai blogger examines issues surrounding China's severe water shortage. Continue reading →

Scariest China Risk: Pandemic Pandemonium

A recent issue of the New Scientist magazine informs us that the H5N1 avian flu virus is now just five mutations away from being capable of human-to-human transmission. 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 →

Willis Wire: Where We Share our Knowledge and Insights

With change accelerating in the risk landscape, it’s important that companies are aware of the range of challenges facing their business and receive useful information in real time. This is why we’ve pulled together Willis experts who have spent their careers deeply interwoven with our clients’ industries to share their knowledge and insights through our new blog, WillisWire, which today I have the honor to inaugurate. Continue reading →