Wilson Tower Watson is an advisory, broking, and solutions company. It was started in 1828. It is globally leading in its service provision. The company has 40000 members of staff. It has branches in more than 140 countries globally. Its main agenda is to enable their clients to invest in risky fields confidently. The company does this by managing the risks involve and maximizing the client’s benefits. It as well nurtures talents and brings ideas to life. Aside from guiding an individual’s abilities, the company aims at expanding the influence of capital. They also point at protecting the client’s finances and interest.
On October 2, 2017, Roger Millay voluntarily resigns from Wilson Tower Watson (WLTW). He had served as the Chief Financial Officer. He was then replaced by Michael Burwell. Michael Burwell attended Michigan State University. He holds a Bachelor of Arts Degree in BA in 1986. Aside from that, he is also a Certified Public Accountant.
Burwell brings with him numerous years of financial experiences and achievements to Wilson Tower Watson. Before he joined Wilson Tower Watson, he had worked for 31 years at the Pricewaterhouse Coopers (PwC). He had joined the Pricewaterhouse Coopers in 1997. He also brought with his experiences of working as Head of Global Transformation, Chief Financial Officer, Chief Operating Officer, Head of Transaction Services in the United States of America. This position was given to him after his exemplary achievements from the Pricewaterhouse Coopers. He worked in the Transaction Service for around 12 years. He also had with him 11 years skills from auditing.
The Chief Executive Officer of Wilson Tower Watson, John Haley was very thrilled with the news of Michael Burwell joining the Wilson Tower Watson. In his speech, he acknowledged Michael’s various skills in financial, leadership and management fields. He also expressed his confidence in Michael taking the company to greater heights both financially and regarding the service provision. John Haley also commended Roger for his services n the company. Read This Article for more information.
Mr. Michael Burwell, on the other hand, was very thrilled to be a part of the Wilson Tower Watson company. He also hoped to use all his experiences in making the company grow.