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Willis Towers Watson names Sales Leader for Corporate Risk & Broking GB Retail business

2nd November 2018 - Author: Luke Gallin

Global insurance and reinsurance broker Willis Towers Watson has hired Adrian Willmott, formerly of Marsh, as Sales Leader of its Corporate Risk & Broking GB Retail business.

Willis Towers WatsonWillmott will be based in London and take responsibility for the broker’s integrated sales approach for its UK retail business. Willis Towers Watson states that the appointment is part of its significant investments in its UK offering, and part of the ongoing development of its UK retail business.

He had been with broker Marsh since 2007 and held numerous sales roles. This most recently included Head of Sales for South Corporate business and National Propositions across a wide set of sectors.

Edward Castles, Managing Director, Willis Towers Watson, Corporate Risk & Broking, GB Retail, said: “We are delighted to have Adrian on board to lead our talented UK retail team, he brings tremendous industry sector experience which complements WTW’s Industry led propositions enabling us to advise businesses on how to use their people, capital and technology to mitigate new and emerging risks.

“We are always looking to invest in talent and seek to hire from a broad range of backgrounds to offer our clients the best advice and develop industry-leading solutions.”

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