Hamilton
07 August 2017
Reporter: Becky Butcher

Willis Towers Watson bolsters captive team


Willis Towers Watson (WTW) has hired Susan Lane as director of consulting and development for North America, as well as senior consultant for the company’s captive practice.

Lane joins Willis from Tokio Solution Management, where she served as co-CEO.

In her new role, Lane will be responsible for driving strategy and business development across the company’s captive consulting business in North America, delivering captive solutions to clients.

She will also work across other areas, including alternative risk financing, and securities and risk consulting services, to develop risk financing solutions for clients across a range of portfolios.

Based in Bermuda, she will report to Sean Rider, managing director of consulting and development of the WTW global captive practice.

Commenting on Lane’s appointment, Rider said: “Susan Lane is a proven leader with outstanding credibility in the captive and insurance-linked securities marketplaces. We’re confident she will help us deliver innovative and cutting-edge risk transfer solutions to help our clients manage their business in today’s environment.”

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