Risk and Insurance Strategy Consultants (RISCS) and Cutts-Watson Consulting (CWC) have completed the merger of their respective businesses and will now be known as RISCS CWC.
Captive Intelligence revealed in January that the two independent captive consulting firms had agreed to merge, creating a business with a global footprint, including physical presence in the UK, Guernsey, France, South Africa and the Cayman Islands.
Olive Schofield is CEO of RISCS CWC with Malcolm Cutts-Watson taking the position of non-executive chairman.
“This merger is a significant step towards our vision to be the number one independent global captive & ART consultant,” Schofield said.
“Already our expanded team of consultants are working together on a range of exciting engagements. We see this merger as a springboard to further growth across the globe.”
Cutts-Watson said: “I’m delighted to advise the merger went smoothly and the combined resources of RISCS CWC are now available to all our clients.”
Schofield and Cutts-Watson joined an exclusive episode of the Global Captive Podcast in January to provide more details of the merger, how it came about and their ultimate ambitions for the combined entity.