Willis Towers Watson: Is there a Plan B?
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Willis Towers Watson: Is there a Plan B?


Willis Towers Watson struck a deal to sell itself to Aon because it had an unresolved succession question and was underperforming relative on growth and margins relative to its Big Three rivals.

If the regulatory turbulence the mega-deal has run into downs the plane, Willis will be left with $1bn and its original issues, which have been amplified by the 15-month wait to close the transaction.


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