18 April 2019
“Mercer, a global consulting leader in advancing health, wealth and career, announced today that it has appointed Sylvia Pozezanac as its UK Chief Executive Officer. Ms Pozezanac will join the firm in May 2019 and report to David Anderson, President of Mercer’s International region. The appointment is subject to UK regulatory approval.
As UK CEO, Ms Pozezanac will partner with the UK leadership team to advance Mercer’s position across its heath, wealth and career businesses, maintaining the firm’s unwavering commitment to putting clients first. A key focus for Ms Pozezanac will also be to maximise the potential of the Jardine Lloyd Thompson acquisition, by Mercer’s parent company Marsh & McLennan.
Ms Pozezanac joins from Prudential Financial, where she spent six years in its New York office, most recently as Senior Managing Director for Prudential Client Management. Previously, Ms Pozezanac spent 26 years at Willis Towers Watson in several leadership roles in its retirement and insurance businesses, as well as leading the integration of Towers Perrin’s and Watson Wyatt’s sales and marketing functions.
Speaking about her new role, Ms Pozezanac said: “I am delighted to be joining Mercer at such an exciting time for clients and colleagues. I look forward to working with teams across the UK, including the leadership team, to grow the business through delivering the most innovative solutions and high-quality service to clients to meet their current and future needs.””
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