Willis Group to combine global specialty insurance with Willis UK retail Willis Group Holdings has announced changes to the structure of its UK-based insurance operations, combining its global specialty insurance business with the Willis UK retail business to create a market-leading client proposition. David Martin, currently the CEO of the UK retail business, will lead the newly combined business and report to Steve Hearn, Deputy CEO of Willis Group.
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Willis Group upgraded to Outperform from Market Perform at Keefe Bruyette Keefe Bruyette upgraded Willis Group to Outperform citing easing expense comps and expectations for improved revenue growth. The firm raised its price target for shares to $49 from $46.