Blogger Archives: Mark Hue-Williams

Mark Hue-Williams

Mark Hue-Williams joined Willis in 1991 and since that time he has held a variety of roles in the Aerospace division, most recently as CEO of International. In addition, in 2014 Mark was appointed Transportation Regional Industry leader for Asia and in January 2015 Mark was appointed Global Head of Transportation for Willis.

Tracking aviation’s journey: From a travel option for developed countries to a global economic tool

For the average traveller, booking a flight appears to have become a very simple process. Open a browser, select one of various travel search engines, select your preferred flight, time, price and airline, input your credit card details and pack … Continue reading →

What a Hard Brexit Could Mean for U.K’s Transport Industry

The possibility of a “hard Brexit” from the European Union (EU) following the June 8 general election could change market dynamics for many transport companies, and spark questions about present business models. If conservatives retain power as current polls suggest, … Continue reading →

The fight to stay ahead of innovation in flight

The search to identify the next disruptive technology had delegates buzzing at this year’s Willis Towers Watson aviation conference in Singapore. The event offered a strong cross-section of air-transport businesses — including manufacturers, aircraft owner/operators, lessors, financiers, service providers, lawyers … Continue reading →

Keeping it Simple in Complex Times

A record number of delegates attended this year’s Willis Towers Watson aviation conference, and one of the event’s hot topics saw attendees explore ways in which insurance products could change to better reflect the integrated nature of modern risk. The … Continue reading →

Guide to General Data Protection Regulation for transportation companies

On April 14, 2016 the European Parliament voted to adopt a new data protection law for Europe, the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). The regulation will come into effect on May 25, 2018. Continue reading →

Changing the conversation on risk in the aviation industry

The aviation industry in Asia has changed dramatically in the past 20 years, and so has the nature of the risks it has to navigate. Adapted from the keynote speech at Willis Towers Watson’s 2017 aviation conference in Singapore on … Continue reading →

European transportation industries are uniquely vulnerable to political volatility

The rise of populism on the European continent presents new geopolitical risks for corporates in the transportation industry whose businesses rely on the free movement of people and goods between member countries. Transportation Risk Index Overview/ strategic opportunity of risk … Continue reading →

Asian transportation execs fear cyber risk most

Transportation executives in Asia believe that their companies’ primary business threats are emerging from cyberspace, according to the 2016 Willis Towers Watson Transportation Risk Index. The Index’s consolidated findings – taken from land, sea and air transportation companies – showed … Continue reading →

The strategic opportunity of risk in the transportation industries

The transportation sector’s intimate relationship with the global economy means that its modern practitioners face risks that are influenced by factors such as increasingly complex markets commercial alliances transient workforces disparate regulatory frameworks the inexorable march of technology geopolitical shifts … Continue reading →

Posts by Author in Spanish:

Rastreando la trayectoria de la aviación

De una opción de viaje para países desarrollados a una herramienta económica global Para el viajero promedio, reservar un vuelo parece haberse convertido en un proceso muy simple. Abre un navegador, selecciona una de las diferentes páginas de búsqueda de … Sigue Leyendo →

Posts by Author in French:

Lutter pour garder une longueur d’avance dans l’innovation aéronautique

Identifier la prochaine technologie de rupture a fait le buzz lors de la conférence de Willis Towers Watson sur l’aviation, cette année, à Singapour. L’événement offrait un important échantillon représentatif du monde du transport aérien, parmi lequel des fabricants, des … Pour lire la suite →