Willis Towers Watson appoints Indonesia leaderNovember 29 2019 by Yvonne Lau
Willis Towers Watson (WTW) in Indonesia has appointed Luke Ware as country leader, in addition to his responsibilities as head of corporate risk and broking.
Ware (pictured) will oversee 140 colleagues and focus on risk management, benefit optimisation and talent cultivation for organisations. Ware will also develop a client management blueprint for country growth and expansion.
He began his career with WTW 10 years ago in 2009, and has since held senior roles focusing on natural resources and corporate risk and broking in South East Asia and Australia. Prior to WTW, he started in the market with JLT, including working in the UK.
Ware is based in Jakarta and reports to Vivek Nath, WTW’s managing director, head of South East and South Asia.
Nath commented: “Indonesia continues to be a strategic market for WTW in South Asia. With an aggressive growth agenda, the Indonesian economy is primed for growth and we’re confident that [Ware] will work with our network of colleagues across WTW to bring the best of our risk, people and capital solutions to a growing Indonesian client base.”
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