WTW brings in new hire for corporate risk and broking

Aon alumnus to serve as casualty strategy and execution leader

WTW brings in new hire for corporate risk and broking

Insurance News

By Terry Gangcuangco

WTW has brought in Len Graziano as casualty strategy and execution leader for the company’s corporate risk and broking division in North America.

In this role, Graziano will work to enhance the strategic alignment of all casualty product lines by integrating industry-specific expertise, talent mapping, and differentiated go-to-market strategies.

The key hire transitions to WTW from Aon, where he oversaw the excess casualty practice and managed a team of nearly 50 brokers dedicated to providing casualty risk solutions for clients, focusing on complex umbrella and excess liability placements in global markets.

Based in the Tampa, Florida office, Graziano will report to North American casualty leader James Sallada and concentrate on crafting and implementing client-focused initiatives.

Leveraging his expertise in developing unique risk solutions, he aims to enhance WTW’s capabilities, including policy form creation, coverage comparison tools, in-depth analytical insights, and real-time market perspectives.

Graziano will also act as a senior casualty broking representative on some of WTW’s most complex risks, including new client engagements.

Sallada commented: “We are thrilled to have Len join our team. His extensive experience, innovative approach, and proven casualty leadership across the industry will be invaluable as we continue to strengthen our offerings and deliver exceptional value to our clients.

“Len’s ability to drive strategic initiatives and collaborate effectively with both colleagues and carriers makes him a perfect fit for our culture.”

Graziano joins casualty leadership team members Ben Powers, head of primary, Ed McNenney, head of umbrella/excess liability, Denise Gorden, head of life science, Mike Faralli, head of healthcare professional liability, and Brian McBride, head of environmental.

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