|Bid||0.00 x 800|
|Ask||161.91 x 800|
|Day's Range||153.57 - 156.73|
|52 Week Range||141.67 - 165.00|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||37.45|
|Earnings Date||Aug 1, 2018 - Aug 6, 2018|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||2.40 (1.60%)|
|1y Target Est||173.94|
ARLINGTON, Va. and LONDON, May 24, 2018-- Willis Towers Watson, a leading global advisory, broking and solutions company, announced that its Board of Directors approved a regular quarterly cash dividend ...
LONDON, May 23, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- 66 InsurTech investment deals in Q1 2018 marked a new high, as transaction sizes continued to increase and the line between InsurTech funding by incumbent (re)insurers and traditional venture capital was blurred by newer ‘hybrid’ investment funds. InsurTech investment volume of $724 million in Q1 was 16% greater than the $624 million recorded in Q4 2017, and up 155% from Q1 2017. Seven $30+ million investment rounds were completed during the quarter, as investors continued to make increased bets in selected companies.
When employers and plan sponsors move their Medicare-eligible retirees from group coverage to an individual marketplace, they still want to have visibility to ensure retirees are receiving exceptional service and purchasing appropriate coverage. In response to this need, Willis Towers Watson (WLTW), a leading global advisory, broking and solutions company, has released an updated version of its BenefitView platform, which provides real-time data and insights that allow employers and plan sponsors to monitor their retirees’ experience choosing and enrolling in new coverage. BenefitView enhancements include the ability for employers to monitor their retirees who age into Medicare or retire after the initial group has moved to the Medicare marketplace. Using the updated platform, employers receive the information they need to understand enrollment and carrier selection information, insights into retirees’ health reimbursement accounts (including funding and claims reports), average wait times to speak to a call center representative and average call length.
Willis Towers Watson Public Limited Company’s (NASDAQ:WLTW) most recent return on equity was a substandard 4.26% relative to its industry performance of 9.40% over the past year. WLTW’s results couldRead More...
Willis Towers Watson (WLTW), a leading global advisory, broking and solutions company announced today that China’s Banking Insurance Regulatory Commission (CBIRC) has approved Willis Insurance Brokers to be the first fully licensed foreign broker to transact all insurance business in China. This follows President Xi Jinping’s announcement early last month of a series of major financial liberalization initiatives aimed at opening up the Chinese market to foreign operators. In response to President Xi Jinping’s announcement, the Shanghai Insurance Regulatory Bureau expanded Willis Towers Watson’s operating permit to encompass all lines of insurance brokerage.
A majority of U.S. workers are willing to sacrifice more of their paycheck for greater employer-provided retirement benefits, but far fewer are willing to make a similar trade-off for more generous health care benefits, according to the 2017 Global Benefits Attitudes Survey by Willis Towers Watson (WLTW), a leading global advisory, broking and solutions company. The survey also found that while a majority say their benefit packages meets their needs, many want more benefit choice and flexibility. According to the survey of nearly 5,000 U.S. employees, two-thirds of respondents (66%) said they would be willing to pay more each month for larger, more generous retirement benefits, while 61% would give up more pay to have a guaranteed retirement benefit.
JAKARTA, Indonesia, May 9, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- Workplace automation is expected to nearly double in Indonesia in the next three years, transforming workplaces and the skills required for future jobs, according to a survey by Willis Towers Watson (WLTW), a leading global advisory, broking and solutions company. The 2017 Global Future of Work Survey found that companies in Indonesia expect automation will account for an average of 21% of all work being done in the next three years.
This finding, and the growing range of data sources that insurers find valuable, are the key discoveries from a new survey about the future of advanced analytics. Willis Towers Watson (WLTW), a leading global advisory, broking and solutions company, conducted the survey. “Advanced analytics and emerging data sources are the new frontiers for transforming insurers’ operations and customer experiences,” said J.J. Ihrke, senior consultant, Insurance Consulting and Technology, Willis Towers Watson.
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Excluding the Revenue Standard Impact. Reported Revenues were $2.6 billion an increase of 10% Organic Revenues increased 6% Net Income increased 27% to $447 million or 17.5% of revenues Adjusted EBITDA ...
Willis Towers Watson (WLTW) is seeing favorable earnings estimate revision activity and has a positive Zacks Earnings ESP heading into earnings season.
Willis Re, the reinsurance business of Willis Towers Watson Plc, said it appointed Franck Pinette as managing director of its Europe, Middle East and Africa life & health practice, effective Monday. Pinette, ...
Willis Re, the reinsurance business of leading global advisory, broking and solutions company Willis Towers Watson (WLTW), today announced the appointment of Franck Pinette as Managing Director of its EMEA Life & Health practice with effect from 30th April 2018. Reporting to Tony Melia, CEO of Willis Re International, Franck will be based in London and will lead Willis Re's development in the fast expanding life & health market in the EMEA region. Franck Pinette is a qualified Chartered Enterprise Risk Actuary (CERA) and brings over 30 years’ experience in life reinsurance, including 11 years as head of Partner Re's Worldwide Life Reinsurance unit and most recently eight years as CEO of Guy Carpenter’s European Life Reinsurance operations.
LONDON, April 26, 2018-- Far from recoiling from loss events in 2017, ILS investors are reloaded and ready for the 1 June 2018 Florida renewals. Meanwhile outstanding capacity under catastrophe bonds is ...
MELBOURNE, Australia, April 25, 2018-- Willis Towers Watson today announced the appointment of Peter Rink as Head of Forensic Accounting and Complex Claims for the Asia-Pacific region. Rink joins from ...
LONDON, April 23, 2018-- Shareholders’ equity in 34 reinsurance companies tracked in the Willis Reinsurance Index 1 was up 7.8% to USD 371 billion at year-end 2017. The increase occurred despite catastrophe ...
British pensions specialist Clive Cowdery has raised $2 billion (1.4 billion pounds) in commitments from investors for a new fund to buy up life insurance policies from companies struggling to make enough money to cover long-term payouts, sources told Reuters. The fund is one of a series of new ventures designed to capitalise on the difficulty life insurers and company pension schemes face in generating the returns required in an environment of low interest rates and tougher capital rules. Cowdery, founder of The Resolution Group, one of UK life insurance's biggest names, will be focusing on life insurance policies closed to new customers in continental Europe and the United States, three sources told Reuters.
Willis Towers Watson (WLTW), a leading global advisory, broking and solutions company, will announce its financial results for the first quarter of 2018 on Monday, May 7, 2018 before the market opens. An online replay at www.willistowerswatson.com will be available shortly after the call. A telephonic replay of the call will also be available for 24 hours at 404-537-3406, conference ID 6847517. Willis Towers Watson (WLTW) is a leading global advisory, broking and solutions company that helps clients around the world turn risk into a path for growth.
The average premium for a comprehensive policy is now 768 pounds, according to the latest index from price comparison site Confused.com, compiled by insurance advisory company Willis Towers Watson. The index, which is based on price data compiled from almost six million customer quotes per quarter, found that the average premium in the first quarter this year versus the first quarter in 2017 was 2 percent lower, marking the first annual drop in prices since 2015.