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Willis Towers Watson announces leadership changes

Willis Towers Watson announces leadership changes

Willis Towers Watson P.L.C. said Thursday that Tim Wright, head of corporate risks and broking, is leaving the brokerage and will be replaced by Todd Jones, who was previously co-head of North America.

In addition, New York-based Joe Gunn has been named head of North America. Previously, Mr. Gunn was Northeast region lead of North America. New York-based Carl Hess was named head of investment, risk and reinsurance. Previously, Mr. Hess was co-head of North America. London-based Anne Pullum, head of strategy, will take on additional responsibilities as the chief administrative officer, the brokerage said in a statement. 

“Since forming Willis Towers Watson 10 months ago, we have made tremendous progress,” Willis Towers Watson CEO John Haley said in the statement. “These appointments and changes reflect what our clients and the market expect of us, as well as what it will take to drive our business forward and deliver strong performance longer term.” 

Willis Towers Watson also announced that Dominic Casserley, the company's president and deputy CEO, would leave the company when his employment agreement ends Dec. 31.
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. 









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