Last year, Michael Burwell, a businessman, was hired to be the CFO replacement at Willis Towers Watson, which is a reinsurance specialist. Roger Millay was the CFO, but he ended up retiring, which is why Michael Burwell was brought on as the replacement.
The decision to hire Michael Burwell as the CFO makes sense because has gained over 20 years of work experience at PwC. One of the positions he has held was the head of global transformation, as well as PwC’s Chief Financial Officer.
Besides that, he has experience in the auditing industry, as well as experience with transaction services advisory. This includes working on tasks such as valuation, as well as due diligence in the pre-merger phase.
More About Michael Burwell
As previously mentioned, the businessman worked at PwC, short for Pricewaterhouse Coopers, for just over 30 years. Throughout his time at the company, he’s held numerous positions. Besides the positions previously discussed, he was once the company’s Chief Operating Officer at their US division. Michael Burwell was a driving force behind the company’s success.
Michigan State University is where he went to school. Upon leaving, he received a BA in business administration. Not only that, but he is a CPA and he was the school’s alumnus of the year. This was back in 2010.
Other Interesting Info About Michael Burwell
Mike starts his day early, typically at five in the morning. He likes to do a bit of exercising in the morning, which is when he thinks about what needs to be completed by the end of the day. He added that he reflects on the month once a month has been. He does the same thing on a weekly basis.
The businessman brings other people’s ideas to life by shining a light on them (ideas) so they receive attention. He does this so idea don’t end up getting buried. See This Article to learn more.
Another interesting thing is that he contributes his success, in due part, to being relentless and positive. Michael Burwell believes in being positive and in being relentless in achieve goals. He also believes doing less in order to achieve more.