by J. Ammon Smartt, Vice President and Assistant General Counsel, Willis Towers Watson
Over the past several months, the treasury department at Willis Towers Watson has been very busy executing a capital management strategy that resulted from the business combination of two large and well respected financial services firms: Willis and Towers Watson. The planning for the new capital structure of the combined companies began over a year ago. In recent months, the treasury team, together with many other internal and external stakeholders, have achieved some significant milestones.
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