There many attributes that determine the success of a firm; among the leading actors is the leadership of the organization. Every firm needs to be careful about who they give the senior positions of the company. The individuals in this position are the people who constantly make the decisions of the firm.
Willis Towers Watson (NASDAQ: WLTW), was founded in 1828. Throughout the years the firm has been doing great in the market as a result of good leadership. The firm is a universal advisory company, and it helps the customers benefit in risky situations, instead of succumbing to them. They design and deliver managing risks solutions. They help in unleashing the potential of a company by carefully evaluating all the factors of a business. The firm is currently operating in more than 140 countries, with more than 40000 employees.
The sad news is Roger Millay; the current Chief Financial Officer has decided to retire by October 2, 2017. The firm has, however, found his replacement that will propel the company after Millay. The firm is happy to announce Michael Burwell as their Chief Financial Officer.
Michael Burwell has an excellent reputation in the field, and the firm does not doubt that his the right individual for the position. Burwell has been working at PwC for 31 years. This means he has indispensable skills in finance and professional services. In the past ten years, Burwell has had a chance to explore several senior positions, which has polished his leadership skills. The positions include; Head of Transaction Services, Chief Financial Officer and Chief Operating Officer in the USA. He also has Transaction Services advisory experience of 12 years and auditing experience of 11 years. Go To This Page for additional information.
The Chief Executive Officer, of Willis Towers Watson, welcomed Michael Burwell with open hands. In his statement, he expressed his confidence in him as well as listed his expectations. He said that Burwell has the required skills to lead a global, complex organization. He also mentioned that Burwell prioritizes the needs of the customers, which makes him more effective. He added he did not doubt that with his help, Willis Towers Watson would achieve their long-term goals.
John Haley, the CEO did not forget to show his gratitude to Mr. Millay. He praised him saying he had done a great job for the company. Through his intelligence and advice, the company is better than it was when he joined. Michael Burwell also appreciated the chance to work with the company and promised to deliver to his best of ability.