WTW has appointed Tony Kantapasara (pictured above) as country leader for Thailand, effective July 1. This is in addition to his current role as leader for work and rewards Thailand under the health, wealth and career business.
Kantapasara will succeed Philippe Robineau, who will continue to focus on WTW’s operations in Vietnam as country leader and head of corporate risk and broking for Vietnam.
“Tony has been instrumental in growing our work and rewards business in Thailand,” said Clare Muhiudeen, head of Asia, WTW. “Over the years, he has been focusing on building our business in the market, doubling the clients base to more than 800 companies across various industries. With his new role and extensive industry experience, I am confident that Tony will continue to solidify our One WTW proposition and support clients in Thailand with innovative solutions that address today’s complex challenges.”
Kantapasara joined WTW in 2017 and has 15 years of experience in advisory and business consulting across Southeast Asia, including Thailand and Singapore. In recent years, he was the overall leader of the work and rewards business for WTW in Thailand and Indochina. Prior to WTW, Kantapasara spent eight years at Mercer, working in human capital consulting for its business in Thailand and later relocated to Singapore, working with clients across Southeast Asia.
“I’m delighted to be given this opportunity to lead our business operations and team of colleagues in Thailand,” Kantapasara said. “WTW has been present in the country for 25 years. As we move forward in the next phase of our growth, this is an exciting time where we can play a critical role in helping organisations transform tomorrows and be more resilient and sustainable through our comprehensive services and solutions across WTW.”