Simon Matson, CEO, Europe, Middle East and Asia, said the UK division had seen organic growth of 9%.
Aon, which abandoned its $30bn merger deal to buy WTW earlier this week, has shared its new leadership structure.
Gallagher had been set to buy £3.6bn of WTW assets including Willis Re as part of Aon/WTW divestment plans ahead of their proposed combination.
Aon is set to pay a $1bn termination fee to WTW as CEO Greg Case says the two businesses "reached an impasse with the US Department of Justice".
CEO Maurice Boyd tells Insurance Age how the recent WTW purchase came about and outlines the GRP-owned firm's future ambitions.
The portfolio will be integrated into GRP-owned ABL Group, doubling the Belfast-based broker's GWP to £107m.
But the deal is still on hold as a November trial looms in the United States and the New Zealand Commerce Commission also raises competition concerns.
The two brokers have said they disagree with the move after the DoJ warns merger would “create a broking behemoth” and “threatens to eliminate competition, raise prices and reduce innovation”.
The seventh edition of the global festival for diversity and inclusion will take place on 21-23 September.
The sale includes Willis Re and is intended to address questions raised by regulators including the European Commission.
The consultancy has developed a niche risk and insurance adviser for property investors, developers and the construction sector.
Dave Ovenden, of Willis Towers Watson, considers how the industry can ensure commercial cover isn't left behind amid the tech revolution.
The pandemic along with pricing action needed to meet the FCA's crackdown on dual pricing is expected to cause continued uncertainty in the motor market, according to Confused/Willis Towers Watson.
Deal is the software house's second in the Canadian market.
Document outlines two separate scenarios based on whether or not the WTW deal goes through before the meeting in June.
Nine insurers and brokers have created a cross-sector returners programme to encourage more “career break” women to return to the insurance industry.
The proposition enables transfer of financial risk and is powered by AI data analysis.
It is believed WTW head of GB, Nicolas Aubert, will remain with the organisation until the close of the deal.
Aon confirms the European watchdog has launched a Phase II review of the merger but insists it is still "on track" to close the combination in the first half of 2021.
The EU watchdog is to make a decision by 21 December 2020.
Belfast-based broker says it expects its GWP to grow to over £55m within the next twelve months as it hires Mark Hicks to lead the new business and Jonathon de Mendonça joins from Willis Towers Watson.
Insurers and brokers are working together to raise funds for Insurance United Against Dementia on the Insurance Day of Giving.
The agreement was originally announced in March this year and will see the creation of the world’s largest broker.
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