Often, successful individuals insist that career is a journey which is filled with ups and downs and only a few with its map make it through. Persistence and hard work are the primary keys to its success. Not long ago, one renowned fellow said and I quote, “work until they start looking for you.” I couldn’t relate to the saying until I dived into Michael Burwell’s career life.
Late last year, Michael was named as the chief financial officer of Willis Towers Watson. Willis Towers Watson is a celebrated insurance and reinsurance broking specialist. The consultative firm commands a good number around the globe. Michael takes pride in being associated with such a comprehensive platform since the opportunity would be a ground to reach the right amount of people globally. Michael’s appointment came as a replacement of the outgoing CFO, Roger Millay who went on retiring early October 2017.
Burwell always insists that working at Pricewaterhouse Coopers played as a ground to sharpen his experience and skills in the finance sector. Michael served at PwC for 31 years holding various senior positions such as COO, and CFO handling the US transactions.
While addressing the media during the announcement, John Haley, Willis Towers Watson’s CEO commenced by stating that he was excited to have a talented mind brought onboard. According to Haley, the company was undergoing an evolution, and Burwell perfectly matched the empty position owing to his vast knowledge. Also, Haley did not forget to mention Roger’s importance to the firm and assured him that it was left under able hands to move steadily. Michael did not hesitate but to express his gratitude for being given the opportunity to serve such a distinguished insurance firm.
About Michael Burwell
Today, Michael serves as the chief financial officer of Willis Towers Watson, a position that he enjoys handling. Before, the successful business advisor worked at Pricewaterhouse Coopers (PwC) for over three decades. His outward contribution to the company saw him appointed as the head of Detroit’s transactions. Following his success, Michael was promoted to oversee the central U.S. transactions before becoming PwC’s CFO and COO. View Related Info Here.
In early 2012, Michael Burwell was appointed as the company’s vice chairman, a position that provided him with an opportunity to drive the company towards unimaginable heights. When it comes to academic qualification, Michael Burwell takes pride in holding more than what is needed. The talented person went to Michigan State University where he graduated with a bachelor’s degree in business administration. Also, Burwell holds a certificate in public accounting.