Setting, managing and communicating executive pay has never been more sensitive. As executive pay programmes come under closer scrutiny and grow more complex, organisations face ever greater challenges. Willis Towers Watson provides expert, strategic and research-driven executive compensation advice to help companies balance talent and governance risks and drive business performance.
Whether we work with management, the board or both, clients depend on us to apply our experience to help them balance the interests of key stakeholders and reach pay arrangements that stand up to close scrutiny from shareholders, regulators and others. We bring your organisation expert analytical resources, best-in-class competitive data and a global staff of dedicated executive pay consultants, underpinned by our framework of Guiding Principles.
What sets Willis Towers Watson apart
We offer a depth of resources and expertise available only from the world’s largest executive compensation consulting practice. We operate with a “one-firm” philosophy wherein our consulting teams around the world work together to leverage our collective experiences, enabling us to deliver:
- Unrivalled depth and breadth of technical and industry expertise
- Unparalleled compensation databases and a dedicated research function offering clients the most extensive research and analytics capabilities in our industry
- The right balance of global connectivity and on-the-ground expertise
- A multidisciplinary approach taking into account Willis Towers Watson’s market-leading HR advisory, data and software solutions.
We are a member of the Remuneration Consultants Group (RCG) and adheres to the Voluntary Code of Conduct in relation to Executive Remuneration Consulting in the United Kingdom.
Check out our blogs, Executive Pay Matters and Executive Pay Matters - UK, for our latest insights on today’s most pressing executive compensation issues.
Our practice at-a-glance
Our UK Team of Directors
Our UK team of Directors is here to help should you have questions or need information: