Towers Watson Media

Insurance Industry Consulting

Insurance Industry Consulting

Willis Towers Watson's insurance consulting and software business helps clients improve business performance.

We combine strategic and analytical skills to solve practical business problems, applying the latest techniques and software solutions to help you measure and manage risk and capital, grow revenue and create a competitive advantage. Willis Towers Watson is also a pioneer in the use of enterprise risk management (ERM) to help insurers identify and avoid potential major losses, enhance risk-adjusted returns, and establish and meet strategic objectives.

As an advisor to more than three-quarters of the world's leading insurers, we are the industry's leading risk specialist and a leader in financial modeling. We have more actuaries and chartered enterprise risk analysts (CERAs) serving the insurance industry than any other professional services company. In partnership with Willis Towers Watson’s investment business, we offer solutions that cover both the liability and asset sides of the balance sheet.

As a thought leader for the global insurance industry, we’re committed to delivering the latest research on actuarial and insurance issues, including the industry’s most comprehensive surveys on ERM and predictive modeling practices.

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