GLOBAL - Watson Wyatt Worldwide director Paul Thornton has this week announced his resignation to "pursue other interests," but will continue working on certain client commitments until June.
Watson Wyatt was unable to provide any further details, but did confirm he “would not be going to a competitor.”
“He has not left yet, but will be completing some client commitments here up until the end of June,” a spokesperson said.
In an official statement Watson Wyatt said Thornton had played an instrumental role in making possible the business combination last year of Watson Wyatt LLP and Watson Wyatt & Company. He believes it is a good time for him to pursue other opportunities. Paul has had a long and illustrious career with the firm and we wish him well for the future.
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