Willis Towers Watson senior director Kurt Schreiber will be leaving the global and broking advisory firm to join rival JLT.
Insurance Post understands Schreiber, Hong Kong and Macau managing director corporate risk and broking, Willis Towers Watson, will be taking up a position as deputy CEO and head of the strategic risk division at JLT Hong Kong; he will start the new role in January 2018 and report to Andrew Barrowman, CEO of JLT Hong Kong and Macau .
Before the merger of Willis and Towers Watson Schreiber was the managing director of Willis Hong Kong and Willis Macau; he has also worked at broking giants Aon and Marsh.
Neither Willis Towers Watson or JLT have responded for requests to comment.
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