WTW reports 10% organic broking growth in 2023


WTW has confirmed 10% organic growth in its risk and broking division last year, an improvement on the 3% achieved in 2022.

The figure was helped by a 12% organic surge in the final quarter of 2023.

Revenue for the unit totalled $1.08bn (£855m) for Q4 as the year measured in at $3.74bn.

Annual operating income rose by $79m to $813m.

In keeping with competitors Aon and Marsh, the international giant did not supply a UK breakdown.

RelatedWTW achieves 3% organic broking growth in 2022 

WTW has reported 3% organic growth in risk and broking revenues for 2022 boosted by a 5% rise in the final quarter of the year.

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