Ireland-based advisory, broking and solutions company, Willis Towers Watson, has appointed Henry Keville to its FINEX Global Financial Institutions division’s asset management team.
A statement from Willis Towers Watson has said the appointment will provide bespoke management liability product solutions and programmes for the asset management sector as part of a strengthened team of specialists.
Keville has previously worked at insurance brokerage companies, Howden and Lockton, servicing the needs of large-scale asset management clients.
“Today’s announcement reflects our continued focus on industry specialisation and ongoing commitment to deliver leading solutions for financial institutions around the world,” Allison Barrett, managing director, Global Head of FINEX Financial Institutions, says.
“By strengthening our expertise in the asset management sector, we will enhance our existing client offering with specialist solutions and ensure the continued growth of this important portfolio.”
Olivia Cooper, managing director, Head of FINEX GB, adds: “This investment exemplifies our dedication to clients in the financial institutions sector.
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“In a rapidly evolving financial services market, our investment in such strong and experienced people ensures we are in a unique position to drive innovation and client value across our asset management business.”
Willis Towers Watson operates in over 140 countries, including hubs in London, Singapore and Hong Kong.
The firm designs and delivers risk management insurance solutions for institutions and individuals.