US - Watson Wyatt have confirmed that Alan Whalley, former US regional manager, has left the company after nearly 30 years, with a replacement due to be announced in the new year.
The circumstances surrounding Whalley’s departure remain unclear, as Watson Wyatt have declined to comment on the matter. Whalley has been with the company for 28 years.
Whalley had only assumed the role of regional manager in 2004, having spent the five years prior to that as managing partner in Europe.
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