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Willis hires new Bermudian executives

Reinsurance and insurance broker Willis has appointed two new Bermudian senior executives.

Nick Warren, currently at Marsh IAS Management Services, is the new managing director for the Willis Management (Bermuda) captive operation.

He will take up his new post at the start of February.

And Mike Fisher has become senior vice-president in Willis Bermuda's causalty insurance practice.

Mr Fisher joins Willis from Integro's Bermuda office, where he was managing director and president.

Willis has also taken on two other staff, Brendan Doyle, a graduate of Rollins College in Florida, who will join the healthcare practice.

And Wendy Percy, who formerly worked for the CEO of Clarien Bank and the Attorney General, has become executive assistant to Willis Bermuda chairman Paul Scope.

Mr Scope said: “As the risk capital of the world, Willis is committed to investing in the Bermuda market and we continue to grow our captive, insurance and reinsurance operations here on the Island.

“Bermuda has a deep pool of local talent and we are therefore especially pleased to welcome Nick, Mike, Brendan and Wendy to the team.

“These appointments demonstrate Willis' ability to attract the very best of Bermudian talent as we continue to enhance collaboration across our businesses and deliver the best of Willis and highly tailored risk management solutions for our clients.”

Global firm Willis, which has had a presence in Bermuda since 1979, offers risk advisory, reinsurance and insurance broking and human capital and benefits services.

The company employs around 35 full-time staff on the Island, working in areas including alternative risk transfer, direct insurance, reinsurance, captives, life insurance and annuity.

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Published December 16, 2015 at 8:00 am (Updated December 16, 2015 at 12:10 pm)

Willis hires new Bermudian executives

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