Willis Towers Watson Establishes North America Public Entity Practice; Goode to Lead

September 7, 2016

Willis Towers Watson has established a North America Public Entity practice under the leadership of Mark Goode.

The Public Entity practice will provide risk management, consulting and insurance brokerage services to a range of entities including state governments, municipalities, educational institutions and governmental pooling organizations. It will also offer dedicated claim advocacy, loss control and ergonomics services along with industry-specific analytical tools, and human capital and benefits consulting.

Charlotte-based Goode joined Willis Towers Watson in 2004, and has been serving as senior vice president of the company’s Atlantic and South Region Public Entity practice since then. He will be responsible for business development and coordinating all services and specialty products across the platform, while building a world-class team of public entity risk and insurance professionals.

“Willis Towers Watson is committed to the public entity sector and already had a strong track record of success in serving government entities in select markets,” said Goode. “By establishing a national practice, we are formalizing this specialty business in our portfolio with the aim of delivering a finely tuned strategy and coordinated resources to better serve clients, while increasing our share of this important market.”

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