Marsh & Mclennan names Country Corporate Officer

Marsh & McLennan has announced that Pedro Oliveira has been appointed Country Corporate Officer in the Middle East

  

Marsh & McLennan has announced that Pedro Oliveira has been appointed Country Corporate Officer in the Middle East, covering the UAE and the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.

In this role, he will be instrumental in delivering the Marsh & McLennan Advantage, the company’s expertise in the interconnected dynamics around risk, strategy and people, to clients.
He will also build strategic market relationships and partnerships and empower colleague collaboration across the company’s four businesses in the region.
 
As a Country Corporate Officer, Oliveira reports to Alex Moczarski, Chairman, Marsh & McLennan International. “Pedro’s extensive experience in the region, leadership skills and commitment to Marsh & McLennan’s clients, make him the ideal executive to spearhead our efforts in the Middle East,” said Moczarski.
 
Oliveira will continue to lead the Oliver Wyman business in the Middle East and Africa. He also sits on the Board of TICG, a joint venture between the Kuwait Investment Authority and Oliver Wyman.
Oliveira has more than 20 years of experience in the industry, previously working in investment banking at Deutsche Bank and Santander Investment. Throughout his career, he has also led start-ups, as well as growth and turnaround strategies across a wide range of sectors in Europe, the Americas, Middle East, Africa and Southeast Asia. -- Tradearabia News Service

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