Willis Group Holdings (NYSE: WSH),
the global insurance broker and
, an international management consultancy, announced today the signing of a mutual referral agreement to strengthen their respective global capabilities.
Chris R. Matthews - Chairman and CEO of Hay Group (Photo: Business Wire)
Under this agreement, Willis Global Solutions (Employee Benefits) may refer its clients to Hay Group for management and human resources consulting services and Hay Group may refer its clients to Willis for employee benefits consulting and brokerage services.
Entering into this formal referral relationship will ensure that clients from both companies can benefit from the combined strengths of Willis and Hay Group.
Willis Global Solutions (Employee Benefits) provides global employee benefits consulting and brokerage services for multinational clients and is supported by its network operating in approximately 120 countries. Willis supports organizations worldwide in establishing a sound global governance and benefit strategy via plan design, funding, administration, and program management.
The consultants of Hay Group are experts in management, HR and reward topics and a leader in cash and total rewards consulting and data. They also have a global presence with 84 offices in 48 countries and have a strong presence with multinational clients in Europe and emerging markets.
Chris Matthews, CEO of Hay Group, commented, “Hay Group serves many of the world’s leading global and national companies. Our clients are increasingly concerned about the total costs of their pay bills, and how to provide the greatest value for their employees at least cost.”
“They also increasingly want to look at all aspects of compensation together – salaries, bonus, benefits, and pensions – rather than in isolated silos, and they want to do this across all markets in which they operate. This agreement increases our ability to serve and add value to our clients in all markets. We are very pleased to be teaming up with one of the world’s leading employee benefits consulting and brokerage firms.”