Lifestyle Article - Willis Towers Watson appoint new Global Head of FINEX


Willis Towers Watson have announced the appointment of Susan Finbow as Global Head of FINEX (Financial, Executive and Professional Risks) Financial Institutions.

 Based in Toronto, Susan will be responsible for the direction and servicing of FINEX Financial Institutions teams and client portfolios worldwide. She will oversee the development of a FINEX Financial Institutions community worldwide, will develop creative risk solutions for Willis Towers Watson clients across the FINEX product lines, and will be responsible for driving business growth.

 “Susan brings tremendous expertise to the leadership of our FINEX practice,” Jeremy Wall, Global Head of FINEX, said. “We’re confident that her experience and in-depth knowledge of financial, executive and professional risk areas will provide strong value to our clients as they continue to face a complex litigation and regulatory landscape.”

 Prior to joining Willis Towers Watson, Susan was with Marsh Canada for nearly 24 years, and held the role of Financial Institutions Industry Practice Leader for the last 13 years of her tenure. In this role, Susan was responsible for setting the overall growth strategy and alignment with the firm’s strategic imperatives across Canada.
  

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