In an article posted by Ideamench.com, Michael Burwell answered a few questions about his life and career. Michael Burwell is the Chief Financial Officer of Willis Towers Watson and is constantly looking for new ways to stay productive. He starts his day nice and early at 5am. In the morning he states that making his bed and taking the time to exercise allows him time to think about and organize all the tasks he wants to complete by the end of the day. Burwell also follows several technology companies, mentioning that technology helps people complete their tasks quickly. He admits that getting himself into the right mindset is how he is about to make more with less. This also allows him a chance to bring new ideas to life.
Willis Towers Watson, a broking and solutions firm, hired Michael Burwell in October 2017 after the previous Chief Financial Officer, Roger Millay retired. The Chief Executive Officer of Willis Towers Watson, John Haley, has stated that he is excited to have Michael Burwell joining their leadership team. With his skills in managing, Haley is sure that Burwell will be producing outstanding results that will shape the future of the company. His strong focus on finance, transformation, and the clients themselves will cause Willis Towers Watson to grow and meet their full potential. In return, Michael Burwell mentioned that he is honored to be able to have the opportunity to be on Willis Towers Watson’s leading team and hopes that he will prove his commitment in the years to come.
Mike Burwell attended Michigan State University where he studied business administration and earned a bachelor’s degree in the same field. Before he was hired by Willis Towers Watson, Mike Burwell spent just over three decades at Pricewaterhouse Coopers LLP, a financial services company. He began working with business advisory services, where he remained for eleven years before he was transferred to Detroit as an elected partner in 1997. In Detroit he was extremely successful. Seeing this success, he was transferred again to the Central branch and joined a leadership role there. In 2009 he was promoted to Chief Operating Officer and Chief Financial Officer of Pricewaterhouse Coopers LLP. It only took three more years for Mike Burwell to become the Vice Chairman of Global and U.S. Transformation. He found his time at Pricewaterhouse Coopers LLP to be a rewarding and educating experience.
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