Willis Towers Watson Northeast, Inc. seeks an Assistant Vice President (New York, NY) to be responsible for a portfolio of Terrorism and Political Violence (TPV) insurance clients and prospects, and is accountable for retention of clients and new business development. Responsible for managing the TPV team’s delivery of broking and servicing requirements for WTW’s insurance clients, and is accountable for retention of clients and new business development. Oversee the marketing of Willis Towers Watson (WTW)’s TPV insurance broking services to clients, prospect, and internal WTW offices/associates, including participating in negotiations and placements for clients’ TPV insurance needs within key TPV underwriting markets in the United States. Oversee and participate in the development of new product offerings to address the evolving needs of North American clients/prospects. Direct the negotiations of terms and coverages with insurance carriers in order to bring these products to market. Guide client placement relationships within the expanding TPV insurance market in New York by serving as a key point of contact to sell our expanded product offerings. Grow the client portfolio within the parameters of agreed upon new business generation targets, including ensuring that placements are conducted in alignment with the global TPV broking strategy and WTW’s Global Best Practices.
REQUIREMENTS: Must have a Bachelor’s degree or equivalent in Business Administration, International Affairs, Criminology, or a related field and 3 years of experience in the job offered or a related position in insurance brokerage. Must have 3 years of experience in: Broking, managing and servicing reinsurance/insurance contracts for Terrorism and Political Violence insurance clientele; sales strategy and delivery of Terrorism and Political Violence products; writing and presenting request for proposals (RFPs); utilizing process systems including Eclipse and Document Management System (DMS); benchmarking Terrorism and Political Violence premium and take up rates; onboarding new colleagues and training the United States team; and revenue forecasting. 15% travel required domestically and to the U.K. to visit clients/other Willis Towers Watson offices.
EOE, including disability/vets