CEOJohn Haley is "more confident than ever" that the company willachieve its 2018 revenue synergy objectives following recent client wins.
Thecompany won three global health care solution clients and nine new mid-markethealth care exchange clients for the 2017 enrollment season. In the U.S.P&C large company space, the company was awarded all the P&C lines fora multibillion dollar construction organization. It also secured the global P&Cbusiness for a "large" multinational based outside of the U.S.
"Withinjust four weeks of bringing Willis Towers Watson together, we were able to cometogether as a single global team and radically change the way the client viewedWillis Towers Watson," Haley said on an earnings call.
Thecompany also recently won a French multinational client, with which Gras Savoyehad a long-standing relationship. Savoye was by Willis in December 2015.
WillisTowers Watson is also on track to meet its cost savings objective of $100million to $125 million by 2018 and should exceed its goal of $75 million ofannual tax savings, Haley said.