In October 2017, Michael Burwell became Chief Financial Officer for Willis Towers Watson, replacing former CFO Roger Millay. He joins the team with more than thirty years of experience with Pricewaterhouse Coopers in the field of financial and professional services. He was PwC’s Head of Global Transformation and Chief Operating Officer as well as the US Head of Transaction Services and Chief Financial Officer.
Michael Burwell comes equipped with over a decade of delegating senior level positions of management, as well as advisory experience in relation to Transaction Services where he was an aid to corporations in pre-merger diligence and valuation. His 11 years as a CPA also gave him an exponential amount of audit experience. Burwell’s excellent track record in finances, transactions, and transformation gives him the edge needed to continue Willis Towers Watson’s endeavors of integration and further expansion.
Willis Towers Watson is a consulting and advisory firm which provides a variety of services to large and small-scale organizations. Michael Burwell’s recent accomplishments with the corporation include offering AMX services, a branch of investment management which was first introduced in Europe, to their US clients.
The services of Willis Towers Watson aid small and large capital management, which saves not only time and money, but also reduces the processes of compliance and aggregation. Michael Burwell said in a recent interview that under current client management, the firm is assisting their clients with assets of over $120m. Go To This Page for additional information.
Michael Burwell obtained his BBA in 1986 from the University of Michigan, then spent the next 31 years at Pricewaterhouse Coopers LLP in varying positions. After the success of his Detroit branch, he was appointed the leader of PwC’s central region and U.S. Transaction Services Leader.
He became PWC’s CFO in 2007, that position expanding in 2008 to the nation-wide PWC U.S. business. Michael Burwell advanced to being Global Vice Chairman in 2012 as well as U.S. Transformation, utilizing his time in this position to improve the effectiveness and organization of a variety of internal functions which included Global Strategic Sourcing, Human Capital, and Finance Technology.