PwC promotes Savage to partner
PwC Bermuda has promoted Marisa Savage to the position of partner.
Ms Savage joined the firm in 2002 and has focused on and led delivery of assurance services to the insurance and reinsurance clients, ranging from international reinsurers to domestic insurers.
She joined PwC Bermuda as a senior associate, and has worked in a variety of client service and operational roles, as the insurance and reinsurance industry saw fundamental transformation.
Arthur Wightman, PwC Bermuda leader, said: “I am delighted to welcome Marisa as a partner in the firm. In addition to her leadership and contributions to the growth and success of the firm, our people and our clients, Marisa exemplifies our spirit and purpose, helping to build trust in society and solve important problems.
“She has proven her commitment to exceptional client service and an ability to innovate and adapt to new challenges, deliver value, and mentor and inspire the people around her.”
Ms Savage said: “I’m incredibly proud to become a partner in the firm. PwC is a great place to work, and I am fortunate to be surrounded by so many talented people and benefit from our culture of innovation, career coaching and flexibility.”
Ms Savage holds a Bachelor of Commerce (Hons) degree from the University of Manitoba and is a member of the Chartered Professional Accountants of Canada and Chartered Professional Accountants of Bermuda.
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