Willis Towers Watson (WTW) has appointed Kameswara Natakusumah as Head of Indonesia and Head of Corporate Risk & Broking (CRB) in Indonesia.
Based in Jakarta, Natakusumah will deliver client-focused solutions that manage risk, optimise benefits and cultivate talent to strengthen and protect organisations across the vast archipelago.
He will also work closely with business leaders across the company to bring all of WTW services and solutions to clients to support their businesses in Indonesia.
Kames succeeds Luke Ware who has recently been named as Head of Corporate Risk & Broking in Asia.
Natakusumah brings with him over 24 years of experience in the insurance industry. Prior to joining WTW, he was a senior technical advisor to PT Marsh Indonesia.
He also spent the last three years in several start-up technology companies in Indonesia, including PT Lifepal Technologies Indonesia and mostly recently as President Director of PT Kaltimex Mobiol Indonesia, heading its business operation in Indonesia.
Clare Muhiudeen, Head of Asia, WTW said: “We are committed to growing our business in Indonesia and bringing the benefits of One WTW to our clients. Clients will be able to access the whole of WTW and with greater insights and more innovative solutions to help them address today’s complex challenges.
“Kames has extensive experience of the Indonesian market, including within the country’s insurance industry, and is well placed to lead our business in its future growth and market strategy in Indonesia.”
Ware added: “Climate change, supply chains and digitalisation are significant trends shaping the world economy and insurance markets, and Indonesia is not spared from these effects.
“As the country continues its recovery from the Covid-19 pandemic, we want to support companies in Indonesia to sustainably manage climate change impacts, the interconnected risks, digitalisation and transition towards a low-carbon economy.
“We are excited to have Kames join us and use his extensive network and industry experience to help companies in this transformation and transition.”