Marsh names new South Asia chief client officer

Luke Ware will join the firm come Q4.

Insurance broker and risk adviser, Marsh, has named Luke Ware as chief client officer for South Asia, an announcement read.

Ware is expected to join the company in the fourth quarter of this year and will be based in Singapore. He will report to Marsh South Asia CEO James Addington-Smith.

Ware will be responsible for coordinating Marsh’s client engagement in the South Asia region, delivering solutions that will enable them to anticipate and strategically address risk issues and exposures.

Most recently, Ware served as president director and head of corporate risk and broking for Indonesia at Willis Towers Watson.

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