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The Asset Owner 100 (AO100) — the world’s 100 biggest asset owners — account for $19 trillion, up 1.7% from last year, according to research from the Thinking Ahead Institute. In its second study of the AO100, the Thinking Ahead Institute highlights the unique position universal owners have to direct capital in a sustainable way, making a significantly positive impact on issues, including climate change. “The major investment markets failed to make progress in 2018 around their equity and bond returns, but these funds, in many cases, were able to avoid losing ground against their longer-term targets by sensible diversification — in particular, into private markets,” said Roger Urwin, global head of content at the Thinking Ahead Institute.
North American commercial insurance buyers will face sizable price increases in 2020, across most lines of insurance, according to Willis Towers Watson’s (WLTW) 2020 Insurance Marketplace Realities. While Willis Towers Watson reports that capacity is available in all but the most challenged lines, underwriters are showing unprecedented discipline in its deployment, especially for risks they find perilous. Overall, with buyers sitting squarely in a seller’s market, 19 lines are expected to see price increases according to the report, with property, umbrella, and public company directors and officers (D&O) experiencing the most widespread hikes (20% and higher) and capacity withdrawals.
Willis Towers Watson (WLTW), a leading global advisory, broking, and solutions company, has announced the appointment of Andrzej Danyluk as Head of International Property, London. Danyluk will be responsible for growing the international property portfolio placed in the London insurance market on behalf of Willis Towers Watson offices worldwide.
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A new study by Willis Towers Watson, supported by advanced analytics, reveals for the first time a compelling and predictive link between employee experience (EX) and employer’s superior financial performance. The analysis is underpinned by a deep data source of employee feedback, including a survey of over 500 companies, close to 50 years of research and a total database approaching 250 million employees. The study found companies demonstrating a strong EX consistently beat their sector on average by a clear margin of 2 to 4 percentage points (pp) across key performance metrics, including return on assets and equity, one-year change in profitability, and three-year changes in revenue and profitability.
The value of non-life capacity issued and outstanding at the end of the third quarter was at a near-record high of $27.3 billion, exceeded only by the year-end figure of $27.8 billion for 2018, according to the new ILS Market Update from Willis Re Securities, part of Willis Re, the reinsurance division of Willis Towers Watson, the leading global advisory, broking and solutions company (WLTW). The ILS sector has reached a dynamic equilibrium and is well positioned for growth.
Willis Towers Watson (WLTW) delivered earnings and revenue surprises of 0.77% and 0.33%, respectively, for the quarter ended September 2019. Do the numbers hold clues to what lies ahead for the stock?
Total revenue1 increased 7% to $1.99 billion, with constant currency growth of 9% and organic growth of 6%Income from Operations was $107 million or 5.4% of revenue, up 450.
Investing.com - Willis Towers Watson reported third quarter earnings that matched analysts' expectations on Thursday and revenue that topped forecasts.
ARLINGTON, Va., Oct. 30, 2019 -- Willis Towers Watson (NASDAQ: WLTW), a leading global advisory, broking and solutions company, has launched three new cyber insurance policies.
Willis Towers Watson (WLTW), a leading global advisory, broking and solutions company, today launched the Safe Resident Moving and Positioning Program, that provides guidance for nurses and caregivers working in senior living communities – with an emphasis on moving and positioning their residents. The program includes methods for determining the amount and type of assistance a resident may need and what type of equipment, if any, is recommended. The program is designed to improve the overall safety culture of an organization and help senior living operators focus on injury prevention when assisting residents.
Assets managed in environmental, social and governance (ESG) mandates by the 500 largest asset managers in the world rose by 23.3% in 2018, in contrast to their overall assets under management (AuM), which were down 3% from the previous year, according to the latest Global 500 research from the Thinking Ahead Institute. Assets managed according to ESG principles also increased over the year, by 17.8%. Sustainability and the importance of culture in the effective practice of investment organizations were key areas of interest in 2018.
Willis Towers Watson (WLTW) doesn't possess the right combination of the two key ingredients for a likely earnings beat in its upcoming report. Get prepared with the key expectations.
Total new worldwide funding commitments to the InsurTech sector in 2019 have already surpassed the 2018 full-year total, and during the third quarter exceeded $1.2 billion for the fifth consecutive quarter-year period, according to the new Quarterly InsurTech Briefing from Willis Towers Watson, a leading global advisory, broking and solutions company (WLTW). 83 deals with a total value of $1.50 billion were announced in Q3, 2019, up 6% over the previous three months to reach the third-highest quarter for global InsurTech investment to date. Deal numbers were up 20%, and marked the first quarter since Q2, 2018 when investments in B2B InsurTechs outnumbered investments in distribution-focused ventures.
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