Exec succeeds retiring firm stalwart Martine Ferland
Tomlinson succeeds Martine Ferland, who will stay CEO of Mercer and vice chair of Marsh McLennan and can oversee Mercer’s regional leaders till her retirement in March of subsequent 12 months.
In his new function, Tomlinson might be accountable for Mercer’s world well being, wealth and profession practices. Within the close to time period, he can even retain his present obligations as CEO of Marsh McLennan US and Canada and president of Mercer US and Canada. He’ll report back to Ferland.
Upon Ferland’s retirement, Tomlinson will succeed her as president and CEO of Mercer and vice chair of Marsh McLennan. He’ll report back to John Doyle, president and CEO of Marsh McLennan, and can be part of the corporate’s government committee.
“I’m excited for Pat’s appointment as Mercer president,” Doyle mentioned. “He’s a frontrunner with a confirmed report of success who delivers progress and drives transformation, and who possesses a deep understanding of our enterprise and purchasers. I sit up for working with Pat in his new function.”
Doyle additionally praised Ferland for her work on the firm.
“Mercer and Marsh McLennan colleagues will miss Martine’s distinctive and empathetic management,” he mentioned. “I’ve personally benefited from her counsel and have been impressed by her ardour for our purchasers, our colleagues and our firm.”
“I’ve full confidence in Pat, having labored carefully with him through the years,” Ferland mentioned. “He builds high-performing groups with a industrial mindset and a deal with collaboration and inclusion. I sit up for working with Pat to place Mercer for continued success.”
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