Willis Towers Watson, a leading global advisory, broking and solutions company, today announced the launch of A Class, a community group dedicated to delivering data, knowledge and solutions to its business aviation clients.
A Class focuses on data analytics and risk strategy, equipping business aviation operators with data and expertise to help them analyse and mitigate risks – crucial in today’s uncertain landscape.
In addition, it offers:
- An accessible data platform, providing analytical insight that enables clients to analyse data and strengthen their risk management capabilities
- Innovative solutions to key issues such as climate and sustainability, cyber vulnerability, employee culture and geopolitical risks, supporting risk needs across people, capital and assets
- Industry insights and market bulletins which evaluate risk and sector landscape, leveraging Willis Towers Watson’s expertise as a world-leading risk advisor and insurance broker to the aerospace industry
- Regular events to broaden the discussion and drive collective action around risks that business aviation operators face.
John Rooley, CEO Global Aerospace at Willis Towers Watson said “As business aviation clients come to terms with the unprecedented risks associated with the Coronavirus pandemic, Willis Towers Watson Global Aerospace is dedicated to supporting them beyond the scope of the traditional insurance transaction. By combining data analytics with a greater understanding of the industry risk landscape and insurance market trends, A Class is a key solution to enable business aviation clients to mitigate risks and maintain their operations in today’s market. Today’s announcement continues to demonstrate our leadership in the aviation sector.”
Commenting on A Class, Reece Vowles, aviation underwriter at Global Aerospace Underwriting Managers said “A Class helps business aviation operators understand and anticipate current and future risk trends. It’s great to see the launch of A Class at a time when risks facing Business Aviation Operators are very challenging.”