Michael Burwell: The New Member Of Willis Towers Watson
Willis Towers Watson which is a worldwide advisor, insurance as well as reinsurance broker hired Michael J. Burwell to their company. His new role would be the Chief Financial Officer to the corporation replacing Roger Millay who was retiring at the ten months of 2017. PwC previously employed the new CFO.
Mr. Michael Burwell has had more than three decades of experience in the field of finance as well as the provision of professional services to his clients. He has held a varied number of managerial positions in the past. He was once the Head of Global Transformation. Under his leadership role was also the role of being the Chief Operating Officer as well as the Chief Financial Officer. He was also the Head of Transaction Services. All these were positions he had in PwC based in the United States of America.
Mr. Burwell also has on his resume an 11-year experience in the field of auditing as well as a twelve-year experience in the field of advising clients in transaction services. This experience also entails Burwell’s expertise in the dealings of pre-merger due diligence as well as the valuation of the companies.
The CEO of Willis Towers Watson, John Haley, was ecstatic and excited on the addition of Michael Burwell to the team. This is because the CEO believed Mr. Burwell would be an intricate part towards the future of the company. He felt the expertise of the new CTO in aspects such as finance would lead to long-term growth and development of the company. This was also inclusive his attributes in managing and catering to the clients that were a necessity for Willis Towers Watson. Michael Burwell was also honored to join the team as he was marveled by the unity and strength of the managerial team. This is inclusive of the commitment the company had to its clients.
Michael Burwell undertook a Bachelor in Business Administration from the School of Economics in the Michigan State University. He has a long-term relationship with PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP having various positions. He was made the Chief Financial officer of the offices in the area of New York City; this was for approximately one year and five months. Go To This Page for related information.
He was later made the CFO as well as Chief Operating Officer of the same building; he did this role for roughly three years. He was later hired to be the head of the Global & US Transformation sector with which he performed the task for almost four years. He was then made a partner of the corporation; he did the duty for about one year before being taken by Willis Towers Watson.