WTW acquires Sydney-based aviation insurance broker Aerosure

Aerosure services the insurance and risk needs of the aviation industry Australia and Asia Pacific.

Willis Towers Watson (WTW) has announced its acquisition of Sydney-based aviation insurance broker Aerosure.

Aerosure, based in Sydney, will become a part of WTW Global Aerospace business, providing a suite of aviation insurance broking solutions to service the insurance and risk needs of the aviation industry in Australia and New Zealand, as well as the broader Asia Pacific region. 

Greg Rector, current managing director of Aerosure, will move into WTW as managing director of its Australasia Aviation Division, and will be joined by his colleagues from Aerosure.

“WTW has worked in close partnership with Aerosure to provide services to local aviation clients for many years. We already know that the Aerosure team shares our values and ethos. Bringing them into WTW reflects our global strategy to work with high-performing and high-potential businesses in our chosen markets and industry sectors,” Simon Weaver, head of corporate risk & broking, Asia and Australasia, and head of Australasia, said

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