Willis Towers Watson is an advisory, broking, and solutions company. The Company's activities are divided into 4 segments. The Human Capital and Benefits segment provides actuarial support, plan design, and administrative services for traditional pension and retirement savings plans, plan management consulting, and broking. The Corporate Risk and Broking segment provides risk advice, insurance brokerage, and consulting services in the areas of property and casualty. The Investment, Risk and Reinsurance segment offers capital markets-based products to insurance and reinsurance companies, software and technology, risk and capital management, products and pricing, financial and regulatory reporting, and capital markets and advisory services. The Benefit Delivery and Administration segment provides primary medical and ancillary benefit exchange, outsourcing services to active employees, as well as delivers health savings and flexible spending accounts, and health reimbursement arrangements.
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TypePublic
HQ London, GB
Founded2016
Size (employees)43,400 (est)+5%
Websitewillistowerswatson.com
Willis Towers Watson was founded in 2016 and is headquartered in London, GB
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Willis Towers Watson Office Locations

Willis Towers Watson has an office in London
London, GB (HQ)
51 Lime St
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Willis Towers Watson Financials and Metrics

Willis Towers Watson Revenue

Willis Towers Watson's revenue was reported to be $8.20 b in FY, 2017 which is a 4% increase from the previous period.
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Revenue (Q2, 2018)

4.3b

Net income (Q2, 2018)

286.0m

EBIT (Q2, 2018)

322.0m

Market capitalization (11-Oct-2018)

17.8b

Closing stock price (11-Oct-2018)

136.1

Cash (30-Jun-2018)

911.0m

EV

21.5b
Willis Towers Watson's current market capitalization is $17.8 b.
Annual
USDFY, 2015FY, 2016FY, 2017

Revenue

3.8b7.9b8.2b

Revenue growth, %

106%4%

Operating expense total

3.4b7.3b7.5b

EBIT

427.0m551.0m738.0m
Quarterly
USDQ1, 2017Q1, 2018Q2, 2018

Revenue

2.3b2.3b4.3b

Sales and marketing expense

2.7b

Operating expense total

1.9b2.0b2.7b

Depreciation and amortization

381.0m
Annual
USDFY, 2016FY, 2017

Cash

870.0m1.0b

Accounts Receivable

2.1b2.2b

Prepaid Expenses

337.0m430.0m

Current Assets

13.8b15.9b
Quarterly
USDQ1, 2018Q2, 2018

Cash

954.0m911.0m

Accounts Receivable

2.6b2.4b

Prepaid Expenses

439.0m

Current Assets

17.6b17.9b
Annual
USDFY, 2015FY, 2016FY, 2017

Net Income

384.0m438.0m592.0m

Depreciation and Amortization

171.0m769.0m833.0m

Cash From Operating Activities

244.0m933.0m862.0m

Purchases of PP&E

(146.0m)(218.0m)(300.0m)
Quarterly
USDQ1, 2017Q1, 2018Q2, 2018

Net Income

352.0m221.0m286.0m

Depreciation and Amortization

203.0m192.0m385.0m

Cash From Operating Activities

95.0m18.0m395.0m

Purchases of PP&E

(62.0m)(65.0m)
USDY, 2018

EV/EBIT

66.7 x

EV/CFO

54.4 x

Financial Leverage

3.3 x
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Willis Towers Watson Operating Metrics

FY, 2014FY, 2015FY, 2016FY, 2017

Countries

120 120 140 140
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Willis Towers Watson Revenue Breakdown

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Willis Towers Watson revenue breakdown by business segment: 9.0% from Benefits Delivery and Administration, 18.9% from Investment, Risk and Reinsurance, 32.7% from Corporate Risk and Broking and 39.4% from Human Capital and Benefits

Willis Towers Watson revenue breakdown by geographic segment: 30.0% from Rest of World, 22.1% from United Kingdom, 46.6% from United States and 1.3% from Other

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Willis Towers Watson News and Updates

Canadian employees in line for flat pay raises in 2019, Willis Towers Watson survey finds

TORONTO, ON, October 11, 2018 — Canadian employees hoping for larger pay raises next year will have to wait a little longer. A new survey by Willis Towers Watson, a leading global advisory, broking and solutions company, reveals Canadian employers expect to maintain the status quo on pay raises at 2…

Leaders need to rethink work to get the most out of AI and automation, says Willis Towers Watson

New work by Ravin Jesuthasan and co-author John Boudreau gives leaders a systematic framework to achieve the optimal combinations of human labor and automation in their organizations New work by Ravin Jesuthasan and co-author John Boudreau gives leaders a systematic framework to achieve the optimal …

Base pay increases not effectively driving performance, Willis Towers Watson survey finds

Just over a third of Australian companies believe base pay programmes are effective at driving higher individual performance among employees,  while 25% strongly disagree with this statement, according to a new survey by leading global advisory, broking and solutions company Willis Towers Watson (NA…

Willis Towers Watson launches property loss modeling platform

ARLINGTON, Va., Sept. 19, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Willis Towers Watson (NASDAQ: WLTW), a leading global advisory, broking and solutions company, today announced Property Quantified, a first-of-its-kind technology platform to help organizations analyze potential property losses across a global por…

Willis Towers Watson develops new core ESG strategy with MSCI

LONDON, 6 September 2018 - Willis Towers Watson, is pleased to announce that it has worked with MSCI, a leading provider of indexes and portfolio construction and risk management tools and services for global investors, in the development of a new investment strategy emphasising the importance of in…
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Willis Towers Watson Company Life and Culture

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