WTW launches risk community for rotor wing sector
Willis Towers Watson has launched Heliclass, a bespoke risk community for rotor wing operators that will provide data, analytics and expertise to clients.
The Heliclass community will focus on risk issues affecting the sector, as well as strategies on how to manage these risks. These aim to provide rotor wing operators with data and insights to help mitigate risks and support a proactive response to development and emerging risks.
It offers opportunities for analytical insight, enabling clients to analyze their data and strengthen their risk management capabilities. It seeks to provide innovative solutions to key issues such as climate and sustainability, cyber vulnerabilities, employee culture and geopolitical risks, supporting risk needs across people and assets.
Heliclass will also provide clients with industry insights and market updates which evaluate the risk and sector landscape, leveraging Willis Towers Watson’s expertise as a leading risk advisor and insurance broker to the aviation industry. The community will build on existing risk forums such as the WTW Airport Risk Community and A Class, a platform dedicated to a select group of business aviation operations, and which actively supports open dialogue across the industry regarding risk management.
“We recognize that our fixed rotor clients require dedicated and specific risk mitigation advice,” said David Boyle, regional director of aviation, Asia at WTW. “By combining our leading data analytics with a greater understanding of the industry risk landscape and insurance market trends, Heliclass delivers a rotor wing community with dedicated sector expertise, which will help clients mitigate risks and grow their operations in Asia Pacific.”