WTW appoints Chief Risk Officer and Brokerage Chair

WTW Appoints President and Head of Brokerage and Risk | American insurance business

The newcomer joins from March next year

Wtw Appoints Chief Risk Officer And Brokerage Chair

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By Terry Gangcuangco

WTW has named Lucy Clark and Adam Garrard president and president, respectively, of risk and brokerage.

Clarke joined WTW in the third quarter of 2024, and will transfer from Marsh where she was Head of Specialization and Global Placement – a position to be filled by in-house employee Pat Donnelly. Meanwhile, Garrard, who is currently WTW’s Chief Risk Officer and Brokerage Officer, will become Division Chief upon Clark’s arrival.

“We are excited to announce this powerful addition to WTW,” Garrard said in a statement. “Lucy is an industry leader committed to specialization, exceptional customer service, and data and analytics, aligned with WTW’s market core strengths and growth priorities.

“It has an exceptional market presence, a proven track record for delivering results, and an intense focus on talent. We are confident in the role WTW plays in supporting clients in an ever-changing risk environment and will continue to add talent where there is a strong alignment with WTW’s culture and ambitions.”

Clarke, who is based in London, will bring two and a half decades of industry experience to WTW.

CEO Carl Hess commented: “With the addition of Lucy to our strong risk and brokerage leadership team, WTW will deliver an even more compelling value proposition as we continue to innovate and adapt to meet the changing needs of our clients.”

“I look forward to welcoming Lucy to the WTW team next year and know she will relentlessly help us drive our strategic priorities forward.”

The Risk and Brokerage sector is made up of more than 14,000 colleagues at WTW.

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