Willis Towers Watson, the global advisory, broking and solutions company, announced that its board of directors has extended the contract of its chief executive officer, John Haley, until Jan. 1, 2021.
“We are pleased to retain John Haley’s leadership as CEO of Willis Towers Watson,” said James McCann, chairman of the WTW board. “Over the last several years, the company has made tremendous progress and delivered on many of the expectations of the merger. The board is pleased with our momentum and sees a vibrant future ahead.”
Haley has been involved in the company since 1977 and was elected CEO in 1998. The company was launched in 2000 under the leadership of the company, and in 2005, 2010 and 2016, it realized three mergers that form today’s Willis Towers Watson.
“Leading Willis Towers Watson is a privilege. Haley is incredibly proud of the company’s commitment and energy demonstrated by more than 40,000 colleagues worldwide. ” “I am grateful for the opportunity to continue servicing our customers and I am very excited about our long-term expectations.”
He said he would work with the board of directors to plan his succession after the end of the long term.
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