Willis appoints insurance consulting head for HK, TaiwanSeptember 21 2017 by InsuranceAsia News Staff
Albert Li has been named head of the Hong Kong and Taiwan insurance consulting and technology business of Willis Towers Watson, the firm announced in a statement.
In his new role, Li will be primarily responsible for seeking opportunities and supporting clients in the two territories.
Part of his responsibility is to lead the Hong Kong business of the company and to enhance the development of the team there.
He will also seek partnership with clients in order to deliver solutions across the whole value chain.
This way, clients are given additional leverage in solving their business challenges. Li’s appointment already took effect on September 1.
He now reports to Richard Collis, managing director of Willis Towers Watson’s insurance consulting and tech business in the Asia-Pacific.
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