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Willis Names Simon Weaver as CEO of Willis Singapore, SE Asia

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Willis Group Holdings plc (NYSE: WSH) has appointed Simon Weaver as CEO of its Singapore office, and to the newly-created role of regional CEO for south-east Asia.
Weaver will move from Miller, where he has spent two years as Head of Asia, and is responsible for business development strategy and operational management. He started his career in the London market and has 27 years' experience in the industry, having held leadership positions with JLT in Hong Kong, Indonesia and Singapore. Subject to regulatory approval, Weaver is due to start with Willis on 1 September. He will lead the Singapore office, and Willis's offices and operations in south-east Asia will also report to him. That includes businesses in Malaysia, Brunei, Myanmar, Indonesia and Thailand, but will also include any future geographical expansion in the region. Weaver will report to Adam Garrard, Willis Asia CEO, who said: "Simon has a lot of invaluable experience at running successful businesses across Asia. He is a perfect fit to lead our Singapore office, which is a vital hub of expertise

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