General Insurance Article - Appointment strengthens Towers Watson insurance team


 Global professional services company, Towers Watson, has hired Claire Farrelly as a director in its Risk Consulting and Software business.

 She joins from KPMG, where she led two of the UK regional actuarial consulting teams. She will take a lead role at Towers Watson in managing large client relationships and delivering complex projects, particularly for large insurance groups across the UK and wider EMEA region. She will be based in the firm's Reigate office.

 Martin Pike, Managing Director of Risk Consulting and Software for Towers Watson in EMEA, commented: "Claire has a wealth of consulting experience and adds further momentum to the growth of our consulting business in EMEA. Her appointment builds on a number of recent senior hires including Michael Murphy, Christian Clemmensen and Coenraad de Jager, and will help us to support our clients as they face challenging markets and continuing regulatory change."

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