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Willis Towers Watson

Risk management is on boards’ and shareholders’ agendas. Increasingly the pressure is on business leaders to demonstrate control over business risk and its cost impact. Organisations recognise that without insight into the likelihood and consequences of risk on business planning, decisions may be made blind, or in many cases blinkered from the exposures and opportunities that exist within other areas of the business.

Organisations are exposed to a wide range of risks that are derived by the actions of individuals and groups of employees. To better understand and manage these risks, companies need to examine how they are created and framed within the business's individual risk culture. By assessing both leaders' and employees' views, behaviours and propensity to take risks, companies can start to address these challenges. We can help businesses to get to grips with the issues, attain support complying with the regulatory requirements, and make meaningful and positive organisational change.

We work with individuals who are responsible for risk and insurance within their organisations, helping them to promote long-term risk management and insight, as well as support their immediate risk mitigation, transfer and retention needs.

Willis Towers Watson (NASDAQ: WLTW) is a leading global advisory, broking and solutions company that helps clients around the world turn risk into a path for growth. With roots dating to 1828, Willis Towers Watson has over 40,000 employees serving more than 140 countries, our regional teams are located close to our clients. We take time to get to know each business' needs and industry, to fully understand the unique set of risks each faces. We design and deliver solutions that manage risk, optimise benefits, cultivate talent, and expand the power of capital to protect and strengthen institutions and individuals. Our unique perspective allows us to see the critical intersections between talent, assets and ideas - the dynamic formula that drives business performance.

Ageing Infrastructure - More than a bump in the road

Whether infrastructure forms part of your investment portfolio - or is your responsibility to construct, operate and maintain - it is essential that you fully understand your risks. In this paper we look at the key issues in risk management and insurance which can assist you in identifying, managing and mitigating your risks.

Power and Renewable Energy Market Review 2019 - ready and waiting?

Our Review shows that the risks facing the power and renewables sector remain wide-ranging and ever-changing. Are companies in the power and renewable energy industries "ready and waiting" for the changes to their risk landscape - changes that are becoming ever-more apparent across a wide range of issues? To learn more, read our full report.

Managing geopolitical risk

Geopolitical risk has always been high on the risk agenda of international organisations. Mix the uncertainties of the political change and volatility now found in traditionally predictable regions, with both emerging and familiar risks, and it's clear that geopolitical risk now poses an unprecedented risk management challenge. Learn more now.

2018 Political Risk Index

Produced in partnership with Oxford Analytica to support our clients, the expert contributors to this publication include political and economic analysts based at universities and research institutes around the world, bringing you up-to-date, relevant and meticulously researched information on some of the most vulnerable territories to help you more effectively manage your political risk.

6th Directors' Liability Survey

At a time when regulators and investigatory authorities are focusing unprecedented attention on personal accountability for company directors, we are pleased to bring you the sixth edition of our series on directors' liabilities. A joint effort by international law firm Allen & Overy LLP and the global risk management brokerage and advisory firm Willis Towers Watson, we began this exercise to investigate boardroom attitudes to risk back in 2011 when, in the immediate aftermath of the global financial crisis, directors and officers began to find themselves in the spotlight as never before.
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