Willis Towers Watson, a consultancy, and advisory, recently appointed Mr. Michael Burwell as its Chief Financial Officer. Having worked in Price Waterhouse Coopers LLP (PwC) as Global and US Transformation leader in PwC, he is very experienced in auditing and advisory service with an experience of over 30 years. .Under PwC, he worked as Chief Financial Officer, Chief Operations Office, and Head of Transactional Services in the United States. It means that he has 12 years of transactional advisory service and other 11 in auditing.
Additionally, he was the Chairman of Automotive Suppliers Institute Conference, a speaker, and a writer and this means that he is an added boost to Willis Towers Watson. During his appointment, the Chief Executive Officer of Willis Towers Watson was optimistic that Mike was the best appointee. He termed him as a person who understands leading, managing, and driving results of a global company like Willis Towers Watson, which focuses strongly on its clients. He also added that Mike’s expertise in transformation, transaction, and finance would help the company achieve its full potential in its long-term growth. Refer to This Article for additional information.
Michael Burwell in his acceptance remarks stated that he was ready to contribute his success in strong leadership, teamwork, and commitment to clients to the firm. He advises people to embrace the new technology in doing things because it allows multitasking. These tools help in streamlining operations, and one should take advantage of them. He points out that is what makes him productive at not only Willis Towers Watson but also everywhere. Another thing he stresses is the teamwork where one should listen to ideas of others, and through them, you get innovations. Many ideas in the company as he points out have come from other employees. One of those innovations is applied at the firm under a new investment management service called AMX. The service according to Mike was started in Europe but has been rolled out in the US. Under this program, the firm is advising clients with assets of over $120 to reduce compliance and aggregation processes. The qualified CPA and a Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration degree holder from Michigan State University is indeed a man high productivity.