Tag: Willis Towers Watson
Willis Towers Watson’s Thinking Ahead Institute argues large asset managers are essential for the well-being of our societies.
Trade war implications are only a piece of the big picture, Thinking Ahead Institute head says.
Lazard grows its quant platform, Target gets a new CFO, and more.
Willis Towers Watson creates a new role, FCA changes leadership, and more.
Research shows that 54% of divestitures underperformed the markets since 2010.
After a whirlwind day of news, Aon confirms it will not pursue the buyout after all.
How one region’s pension domination sets the investing agenda for the rest of the globe.
Funds were on track to top 90%, but investment slumps brought them in slightly below 2017’s showing.
Willis Towers Watson unit ranks the largest funds, with Japan’s Government Pension Investment Fund on top.
The rich get richer as total assets under management of 500 largest managers nears $94 trillion.
AUM for world’s largest pensions rise more than 15% in 2017.
US, UK, and Japan among top total asset markets.
Willis Towers Watson cites strong stock market performance and significant employer contributions as reasons for growth.
Willis Towers Watson paper says outdated definitions can lead to excess risk, and a skewed investment strategy.