Willis Towers Watson one of the leading advisory product firms has just announced the addition of an executive member to their board of management, Michael Burwell. Mr. Burwell will be the new chief financial officer of this firm where he is set to replace the acting chief financial officer Mr. Roger Millay.
To this end, the acting chief financial officer Mr. Roger will be heading for voluntary retirement after many years of services at this firm. In his new position, Michael Burwell will be adding up his extensive knowledge of more than three decades in the financial niche into this firm where he is set to elevate it to the next operation level. His expertise is based more on his passion and devotion having served in various position rather than his academic pursuits. Get More Information Here.
Likewise, his move to this firm will be adding more than 11 years in of established services in the audit and an experience of more than 12 years in advisory services. Michael Burwell has also helped various firms to make informed decisions anytime they approach him in matters related to pre-merge and evaluation. Being one of the commercial executives who have a unique way of handling clients in the most poised way, Michael Burwell will help to develop the Willis Towers Watson, as it is currently undergoing operation evolution.
About Michael Burwell
Before he joined forces with the Willis Towers Watson, Mr. Mike spent more than 31 years at Pricewaterhouse Coopers holding where he was working. This period included working at the assurance practice unit as the advisory product officer for more than 11 years. Later on, he was elected as one of the affiliates, and to this end, he moved to the PwC’s Detroit business unit. Following the success that Michael Burwell had experienced while serving at the Detroit unit, he was elevated to higher operational position, which included taking up the leadership role of the at the PwC’s central U.S. In 2009, mike was elected as the chief operating executive and the chief financial officers to head the PwC business unit that was operating from the USA.