The $30bn broker mega-merger of Aon and Willis Towers Watson is making slow progress towards completion. However, the market is still struggling to understand what impact it will have for the future
As soon as Aon confirmed it was buying Willis Towers Watson (WTW) in March last year, concerns were raised over the level of market share the combined business would enjoy. Jon Guy explores the varying market perspectives surrounding the acquisition.
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