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Dominic Casserley to leave Willis Towers Watson

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Dominic Casserley, president and deputy CEO of Willis Towers Watson P.L.C., will leave the company when his employment agreement ends Dec. 31, the brokerage said Tuesday.

Mr. Casserley joined the former Willis Group Holdings P.L.C. in January 2013 as CEO, a position he held until January 2016, when Willis and Towers Watson & Co. merged and he took on his present position. 

From January of this year at the newly merged Willis Towers Watson, he was a member of the board, co-led the integration process and was head of its investment risk and reinsurance global segment, Willis Towers Watson said.

“I have been honored to lead Willis for three years, and to help build Willis Towers Watson this year,” Mr. Casserley said in the statement.  “I have been delighted to work with John Haley and the expanded Willis Towers Watson team to build a unique global advisory, broking and solutions franchise across Property & Casualty, Retirement, Health Care, Insurance, Investment and Talent and Rewards markets.” 

Willis Towers Watson CEO John Haley thanked Mr. Casserley “for his partnership and tireless efforts in achieving the creation of Willis Towers Watson, from our very first discussions at the beginning of 2015, through the closure of the merger in January 2016 and throughout this year driving the new company and its integration forward.”