Bailie joins Willis Towers Watson in Bermuda

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Paul Bailie has been appointed head of Willis Towers Watson PLC’s Bermuda Captive practice.

Mr Bailie has worked in the captive insurance industry for 30 years, and has previously held a variety of leadership roles, including with JLT Insurance Management in Bermuda.

At Willis Towers Watson he will be responsible for business development and delivering the company’s “value proposition around designing, forming, managing and providing strategic guidance to Bermuda captive and insurance management clients”.

In a statement, the company said Mr Bailie will collaborate across the company’s global businesses and product lines, including alternative risk financing, Willis Towers Watson Securities and Risk & Analytics Services. He will report to Paul Owens, managing director, Willis Towers Watson Global Captive practice.

Mr Owens said: “Paul brings tremendous expertise and market credibility to this role, and he is well positioned to help us lead our captive business in this important domicile.

“As traditional and nontraditional sources of capital influence market dynamics, and new and emerging risks fuel growth in the captive marketplace, Willis Towers Watson is committed to delivering solutions to help organisations succeed in this environment.”

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Published Mar 6, 2018 at 2:14 pm (Updated Mar 6, 2018 at 2:14 pm)

Bailie joins Willis Towers Watson in Bermuda

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