Investor Relations Policy

Wills Towers Watson aims to provide clear, fair and balanced disclosure of material information to its investor community in a timely and effective manner. Our investor relations policies outline the practices adopted by the company to ensure equitable access to information for stock analysts as well as current and prospective investors of Willis Towers Watson’s securities.

Designated Spokespersons:
In order to ensure consistency, all inquiries and requests from the investor community must be directed to Willis Towers Watson’s Head of Investor Relations. Communications with our investor community may be conducted by the following individuals:

  • Chief Executive Officer
  • Chief Financial Officer
  • Head of Investor Relations

The above individuals may occasionally be supported by other members of executive management or representatives from Investor Relations. 

Quarterly Quiet Periods:
The period beginning on the quarter-end date and ending when the earnings is released for that specified quarter.  This period is referred to as a quarterly quiet period with no business discussions by management with analysts or investors.  Authorized executives will not meet with members of the investment community to discuss company financial and/or operational results.  Fact-based questions may be answered by authorized spokespersons or investor relations personnel to analysts and investors upon request.  Exceptions are based on Willis Towers Watson’s discretion.

Analyst Meetings:
The Company welcomes requests by analysts and institutional investors for meetings with Investor Relations for the purpose of helping them to gain a broader understanding of the Company's businesses and operating fundamentals. Any discussions at such meetings will be based on publicly available information.

Access to Senior Management / Executive Management:
Requests from shareholders, investors or analysts for meetings with management shall be met as schedules may permit. All such meeting requests should be directed to Head of Investor Relations. As the primary responsibility of senior management is to manage the business, we cannot accommodate every request for direct access to senior management. If senior management is unavailable, access to the Head of Investor Relations will be provided where possible. In general, first time meetings with the company will be conducted by the Head of Investor Relations.

Roadshows and Conferences:
Roadshows to major financial centers are arranged periodically to meet shareholders and investors. The company may also participate in conferences hosted by stock brokers and investment banks. Requests from brokerages/banks will be met as schedules permit.