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Brian Duperreault can now look back on a 40-year insurance career spent building professional teams and choosing effective leaders who advanced the industry.
One study sees China becoming the third biggest insurance sector globally by the year 2020.
Dominic Casserley will move from McKinsey & Co. to his new role as CEO of the global insurance brokerage in January.
Brian Duperreault will be leaving the consultancy at year end, after overseeing a "significant turnaround" for company.
The new distribution system will require up to 3,500 smaller brokers to go through two "access partners."
Willis Group Holdings PLC said Dominic Casserley will take over as chief executive early next year, replacing Joe Plumeri, the colorful CEO who took the company public in 2001.
KBW analysts expect Willis Group Holdings to outperform the market going forward.
No rate spikes expected, to the benefit of carriers, brokers and insureds.
A greater transparency in fee structure could also result.
The poor economy may push some clients to begin suing brokers who accept contingent commissions from insurers.
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