Willis Towers Watson appoints head of Australasia

Willis Towers Watson announced the appointment of Simon Weaver as head of Australasia, which was combined with his previous role as head of corporate risk and broking, effective immediately.

Weavers would replace previous head of Australasia, Andrew Boal, who announced his resignation after two decades with the firm. 

Head of international, Adam Garrard, said Weaver had extensive risk management and insurance broking industry expertise, and has connected strongly with clients since his appointed to the corporate risk and broking role.

“In all sectors of our business, Simon is committed to fostering the delivery of excellent client experiences, assisted by a highly-experienced senior leadership team across CRB [corporate risk and broking] and HCB [human capital and benefits], which includes our long-established and well-respected superannuation team,” said Gerrard.

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