Prior to Mercer, Savan worked at Towers Watson in St. Louis, where he provided consulting leadership for numerous large clients across the Midwest and led the region’s health and benefits sales efforts. He also led the firm’s national consumerism practice since 2002. Prior to joining predecessor firm Towers Perrin, Savan held leadership and consulting positions at other top-tier firms.
Savan holds a B.S./B.A. from the University of Missouri, an M.B.A. from Loyola Marymount (Los Angeles), the professional designations of CLU, ChFC, CEBS and is also a Certified Financial Planner.
“This is a year that is seeing rapid change in the provision of health care coverage as a result of health reform. Mercer is actively working with employers to help them manage their costs while still being able to offer benefits that help them recruit and retain the best talent for their business,” said Chris Duncan, leader of Mercer’s Health & Benefits business in the Atlanta market.
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