WTW, a global advisory, broking, and solutions company, has appointed Tony Yen as head of Taiwan.
WTW is a global advisory, broking, and solutions company that provides data-driven, insight-led solutions in the areas of people, risk and capital.
The appointment of Yen, which came into effect 1 January 2023, sees Yen success Charles Wang who retired in December 2022.
Yen brings with him over 20 years of risk engineering, risk management and insurance broking experience, and joined WTW in 2015.
He also heads WTW’s Corporate Risk & Broking (CRB) business in Taiwan and has helped many Taiwanese companies in developing their business continuity and enterprise risk management programmes.
In his new role, WTW said Yen will work closely with business leaders across WTW to facilitate service delivery and drive growth in Taiwan.
Simon Weaver, head of Asia Pacific and head of corporate risk & broking, Asia Pacific, WTW, said, “With continuing global uncertainties and economic challenges, it is important for us to provide organisations with data-driven, insight-led solutions in the areas of people, risk and capital to help them navigate and thrive in a complex world.
“Over the years, Tony has been working closely with many Asian high-tech companies, developing optimised risk mitigation, risk management and risk transfer solutions. I am confident that his experience, together with his proven track records and our teams in Taiwan, will help our clients become more resilient and successful.”
Yen added, “I am delighted to take on this opportunity to lead our WTW business in Taiwan. As One WTW, I am certain that WTW Taiwan will continue to bring our exceptional services and innovative solutions to helping our clients’ achieve future success.”
Earlier this week, WTW launched a customised online platform for the aviation sector.
In November last year, WTW launched a geopolitical risk research programme to focus on what businesses can do to manage these threats.
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