Willis Towers Watson has announced additional leadership changes one day after confirming that Dominic Casserley, president and deputy CEO of Willis Towers Watson, will be leaving the firm at the end of the year.
Today’s announcement said that Tim Wright, head of Corporate Risk and Broking, will be leaving Willis Towers Watson. He is being replaced by Todd Jones, who was co-head of North America.
In addition, Joe Gunn, Northeast region lead of North America, will now serve as the head of North America; Carl Hess, co-head of North America, will now serve as the head of Investment, Risk and Reinsurance and Anne Pullum, head of Strategy, will take on additional responsibilities as the chief administrative officer.
Willis Towers Watson was created with the merger in January, 2016 of insurance broker Willis Group and the professional services and analytics firm Towers Watson.
Willis Towers Watson CEO John Haley said that integration plans are on track and the focus continues to be on improving business operations. “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,” he said.
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