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3 December 2016
Global insurance broker Willis Group has reported a 52% fall in net profit for 2011, fuelling market speculation that its legendary CEO Joe Plumeri will retire next year when he turns 70.
Willis shares lost 10.7% of its value on the New York Stock Exchange after it revealed a fall in yearly income to $US218 million ($202.71 million) from $US455 million ($423.1 million) in 2010.
The fourth-quarter net income also fell savagely to $US39 million ($37.19 million) from $US98 million ($91.12 million) last year.
The decline in profits was driven by a sharp rise in the cost of salaries and severance packages and poor performance in the weak economies of the UK, Ireland and the US.
While annual revenues rose 3.63% to $US3.45 billion ($3.2 billion), expenses grew faster, increasing 10.97% to $US2.86 billion ($2.65 billion).
“We’re obviously not satisfied with results that show low organic growth and declining adjusted operating margins, especially given the peerless record we’ve established in prior years for such measures,” Mr Plumeri said.
The former Citigroup banker has headed Willis since 2000 and floated the London-based global broker on the New York Stock Exchange in 2001.
2 December 2016
To oversee the policy, framework and execution of insurance risk, including underwriting, reserving and reinsurance across the Group, including providing support and appropriate second line challenge to all aspects of insurance risk, including performance.
2 December 2016
As part of a broader credit control team, you will be responsible for credit control functions that will result in sound achievement of targets and goals.
1 December 2016
Support data strategy initiatives delivering key data capabilities such as guidelines for data quality, master data and metadata across the group.