The Willis Towers Watson business in Serbia is today celebrating five years of operations in Serbia and its move from the brand of Gras Savoye Serbia to Willis Towers Watson. Gras Savoye Serbia has been part of Willis Towers Watson since early January, and will now be known as Willis Towers Watson, the company reported.
The change is part of ongoing integration work across the global businesses of Willis Towers Watson, the global advisory, brokering and solutions company, and it reflects the company’s greatly expanded range of services and wider geographic reach.
Gras Savoye was acquired by Willis at the end of 2015, and Willis subsequently underwent a merger of equals with Towers Watson in January 2016. Willis Towers Watson has a global team of more than 39,000 working in more than 120 territories.
Radisav Osmajlic, Head of Country, Willis Towers Watson, said that he was confident that “this change will help us build a global identity at a local level, something both our domestic and multinational clients value”.
“At this moment, only our name is changing. It is the same team and the same great level of service. At the same time, the new brand shows that we offer much more to our clients, both in terms of products and services, and in worldwide presence”, he said.