WTW appoints Choo Oi San as new leader of its Singapore practice
Global professional services firm WTW has installed a new leader for its Singapore organisation: Choo Oi San.
Choo Oi San has been with WTW (formerly known as Willis Towers Watson) for 13 years, having previously worked in consulting for eleven years. She now will leverage her experience to lead WTW’s business in Singapore, across its entire portfolio of services including advisory, broking, risk management, and solutions.
Oi San will hold dual capacity, combining the top role with her current position as Division Leader for South Asia and Emerging Markets, Insurance Consulting and Technology business.
“As a risk consultant and actuary, Oi San’s knowledge of the region and the Singapore market will contribute greatly to how we add value for our clients to help them address challenges and opportunities in a rapidly evolving risk landscape,” said Clare Muhiudeen, Head of Asia at WTW.
Oi San succeeds another female leader, Leng Leng Ng, who led the Singapore practice since the start of the Covid-19 pandemic. Before that, the top role was in the hands of Vivek Nath.
“I’m delighted to be given this opportunity to take on the role of Singapore Country Leader and lead our team of colleagues in offering organisations a more comprehensive service and solutions. With the diverse skillsets and capabilities we have in WTW, I’ll be working closely with our teams to enhance our solutions that will help clients address today’s complex challenges and prepare them for a more sustainable and resilient future.”
Established in 2016 following the merger between Towers Watson and Willis Group, WTW is a global advisory, risk management, and insurance brokerage company. The firm has roots dating from 1828.