Willis Towers Watson has appointed Luke Ware (pictured) as country leader for Indonesia, in addition to his current position as head of corporate risk and broking in Indonesia.
Based in Jakarta, Ware reports to Vivek Nath, managing director, head of Southeast and South Asia, the company said in a statement.
In his new role, Ware is responsible for overseeing 140 colleagues in Willis Towers Watson Indonesia. According to the statement, he will also work closely with business leaders from various business segments across WTW to identify a clear sales and client management strategy to grow the company’s footprint and attract new clients in the country.
“Indonesia continues to be a strategic market for WTW in South Asia,” said Nath. “With an aggressive growth agenda, the Indonesian economy is primed for growth and we’re confident that Luke 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.”
Before becoming head of corporate risk and broking in Indonesia, Ware had held several leadership roles across WTW’s corporate risk & broking business in Southeast Asia and Australia over the past 10 years. He began his career at JLT, where he spent more than eight years working in Australia and the United Kingdom.