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Willis Towers Watson P.L.C. said Thursday that its chief financial officer, Roger Millay, will retire effective Oct. 2, 2017.
Willis Towers Watson will search for a new chief financial officer over the next several months, the brokerage said in a statement.
Mr. Millay, 59, will remain in the role until a replacement is announced, according to a Willis Towers Watson spokesman.
Arlington, Virginia-based Mr. Millay was chief financial officer for Towers Watson & Co. prior to the consultant’s merger with Willis Group Holdings P.L.C. in 2016.
“We greatly appreciate Roger’s contributions to Willis Towers Watson as its chief financial officer and wish him well in his future,” Washington-based John Haley, Willis Towers Watson’s CEO, said in the statement. “We have been very lucky to have had his leadership and guidance not only for the merger and integration of Willis and Towers Watson but also for the many years he served as Towers Watson’s chief financial officer. We believe he leaves the company much stronger for his service and positioned for future success.”
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