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Kirsten Beasley named interim head of office at Willis Towers Watson Bermuda

Kirsten Beasley has been named interim head of office at brokers Willis Towers Watson Bermuda.

Ms Beasley has been Willis’ head of healthcare broking, North America, since 2018, and will continue in that role while taking on the interim head of office responsibilities.

She said: “It is a great privilege to lead such a skilled team of brokers that possess deep Bermuda market relationships and substantive insurance industry expertise. I expect that Willis Towers Watson Bermuda will continue to build on our collective successes and achieve exceptional results for our clients.”

Prior to joining Willis in 2016 as a senior VP, Ms Beasley spent 14 years at Allied World Assurance Company, including three years as chief operations officer.

Before that, she was an assistant VP at Marsh for three years.

Ms Beasley earned a Bachelor of Arts degree at McGill University in Montreal, and holds a MSc degree in global ehealth from the University of Edinburgh.

She is the deputy chair of WeSpeak, and a board member of the Association of Bermuda International Companies and the Bermuda Health Council.

Kirsten Beasley: named interim head of office at Willis Towers Watson Bermuda (File photograph)

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Published March 02, 2021 at 4:17 pm (Updated March 02, 2021 at 4:17 pm)

Kirsten Beasley named interim head of office at Willis Towers Watson Bermuda

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