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Willis Towers Watson names two senior appointments to Singapore FINEX unit

The appointees join the Asian M&A transactions and Singapore FINEX teams.

Willis Towers Watson (WTW) announced two senior appointments for its Financial & Executive Risks (FINEX) business in Singapore, a statement read.

Sagar B. Mehta has joined WTW’s Asian mergers and acquisitions (M&A) transaction solutions team as regional associate director. Formerly the M&A transaction Solutions Leader in India, Sagar will partner and support private equity and strategic M&A dealmakers in Singapore and across the region.

Effective 1 February, Sagar is based in Singapore and reports to Terence Montgomery, APAC M&A and FINEX Asia head Namit Mahajan.

Meanwhile, Ernest Heng has been named FINEX Leader for Singapore. He joined WTW on 4 January and will report to Mahajan and Leng Leng Ng, Singapore country leader and head of corporate risk & broking.
 

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