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Willis Towers Watson names Bernstein to Head up GB Broking

27th April 2017 - Author: Steve Evans

Consultancy, advisory, insurance and reinsurance broker Willis Towers Watson has named Clyde Bernstein as the new Head of Broking – GB for its Corporate Risk and Broking division.

In the new role, Bernstein will report jointly to Philip Smaje, Global Head of Broking and Alastair Swift, Head of Corporate Risk & Broking – GB.

He will be tasked with developing and implementing Willis Towers Watson’s broking strategy across GB. Bernstein has been at Willis Towers Watson since 1990 and was formerly a Director of Broking, Fine Art, Jewellery and Specie.

Philip Smaje, Global Head of Broking, Willis Towers Watson, commented; “Today’s announcement reinforces our commitment to deliver the best client solutions through broking excellence for clients. Clyde will be responsible for leading GB’s broker community, building out its strategy including development of facilities and panels, as well as the enhanced use of data, analytics and technology. This enables us to build sustainable facilities irrespective of product class or the market cycle.”

Alastair Swift, Head of Corporate Risk & Broking, GB, Willis Towers Watson, added; “We are delighted to continue to invest in our internal talent. Clyde’s broking and business experience will strengthen Willis Towers Watson’s stakeholder relationships and ensure we provide specialist broking expertise to deliver excellence for our clients.”

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