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Up the ranks: Peta Latimer takes the helm of Mercer Singapore

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Mercer, a wholly owned subsidiary of Marsh & McLennan Companies, today announced the appointment of Peta Latimer to the position of CEO, Singapore.

In her new role, Latimer’s responsibilities include driving continued, profitable growth and overseeing the expansion of Mercer’s business in Singapore. She will also lead local initiatives to continue to build Mercer’s brand and reputation as a leader and trusted advisor in health, wealth and career.

Latimer joins Mercer from KPMG Singapore, where she led the people and change advisory practice. She is based in Mercer’s Singapore office and is a member of the South & East Asia Zone Leadership Team, reporting to David Anderson.

Commenting on her new role, Latimer said: “Mercer is a company I have long aspired to work with. Amid the wave of digital transformation sweeping across Singapore and the region, I am very excited to support our clients in assuring growth and longevity, whilst delivering Mercer’s brand promise to the marketplace.”

David Anderson, president, growth markets region at Mercer, said: “Celebrating its 40th anniversary this year, our Singapore operation is the jewel in the crown of Mercer’s business in South & East Asia. Peta’s appointment comes at an important point in the continued growth and investment in this diverse, opportunity-rich region.”

“Peta is a global business leader with a distinguished track record and extensive experience across a range of industries and high-profile projects. We are delighted to welcome her to the Mercer team,” he added.



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