WTW Appoints Len Graziano as Casualty Strategy & Execution Leader for North America
WTW Appoints Len Graziano as Casualty Strategy & Execution Leader for North America
Global advisory, broking, and solutions firm WTW has named Len Graziano as the Casualty Strategy and Execution Leader within its Corporate Risk and Broking division for North America (CRB NA).
WTW Appoints Len Graziano as Casualty Strategy & Execution Leader for North America

Graziano, who previously led the Excess Casualty practice at Aon, will bring his expertise in managing casualty risk solutions to WTW.

In his new role, Graziano will focus on aligning WTW’s casualty product lines with strategic industry vertical specializations, talent mapping, and differentiated go-to-market strategies. Operating from the Tampa, Florida office, he will report directly to James Sallada, North American Casualty Leader. Graziano’s responsibilities will include developing and implementing client-centric initiatives to enhance WTW’s presence and effectiveness in the North America casualty market.

“As a creative and innovative leader, he will enhance WTW’s capabilities including policy form creation, coverage comparison tools, deep analytical insights, and real-time market perspective to provide clients with timely and relevant discernments,” WTW added.

Aforementioned James Sallada commented, “We are thrilled to have Len join our team. His extensive experience, innovative approach, and proven casualty leadership across the industry will be invaluable as we continue to strengthen our offerings and deliver exceptional value to our clients.

“Len’s ability to drive strategic initiatives and collaborate effectively with both colleagues and carriers makes him a perfect fit for our culture.”

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