Michael Burwell is a powerhouse as the CFO of Willis Towers Watson India Careers. He was previously employed by Pricewaterhouse Coopers LLP and worked there for thirty-one years. He was first the Chief Financial Officer and worked his way up to the Chief Operating Officer and eventually the Vice Chairman. He also served as Head of Transaction Services in the United States. Always driven, becoming the CFO of a larger company was the next logical step for Burwell.
Burwell has made a career out of wearing many hats. He graduated from Michigan State University with a Bachelors in Business Administration. Michael was able to oversee lots of things including the financial, technological, and human capital sides of the business. With over ten years of both auditing experience and advising transaction services, he is just what the company needs in a CFO.
The Chief Executive Officer, John Haley, said he knows Michael Burwell will bring his understanding of managing clients in a complex global company. He knows the company is only going up bringing up especially after bringing Michael on board. He’s looking forward to the company evolving and growing under the new CFO.
Willis Towers Watson is a brokering and solutions company that helps many clients around the world in over one hundred countries. They help businesses see their full potential and help manage risks and cultivate talent. The company has over forty thousand employees and was started in some form or another in 1828. His insight into things like due diligence before a merger and helping with transformation will help move the company forward and gain more clients.
The former CFO, Roger Millay, is happily retiring and leaving the company in Burwell’s capable hands. He retired in October of 2017 and has faith in his replacement. Michael Burwell brings his many talents and lots of experience to help businesses reach their full potential and help the company grow financially and globally. In taking on this role for the company in 2017 Burwell said he was impressed with the leadership the company had in the past and present and really loved the inclusive culture.