Willis Towers Watson
has announced the planned retirement of Roger Millay, the company’s chief financial officer, which will take effect later this year.
The brokerage giant said Millay will be voluntarily retiring on October 02. The immediate search for his replacement is expected to be completed in the next several months.
“I believe we have established an initial foundation for success at Willis Towers Watson
and, upon turning 60 this Fall, I have decided to pursue new life interests,” said Millay.
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The departing leader thanked CEO John Haley
and the company board for the “great opportunity to contribute to the creation of Willis Towers Watson
Haley said Millay’s service has made the company “much stronger” and “positioned for future success.”
“We greatly appreciate Roger’s contributions to Willis Towers Watson
as its chief financial officer and wish him well in his future,” Haley said.
“We have been very lucky to have had his leadership and guidance not only for the merger and integration of Willis and Towers Watson but also for the many years he served as Towers Watson’s chief financial officer.”
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