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The Willis Group is a leading global risk advisor, insurance and reinsurance broker. With roots dating to 1828, Willis operates today on every continent with more than 17,000 employees in over 400 offices.

Locally, Willis currently employs over 450 people, with nine offices throughout Australia and New Zealand.

Willis offers its clients superior expertise, teamwork, innovation and market-leading products and professional services in risk management and transfer. Our experts rank among the world’s leading authorities on analytics, modelling and mitigation strategies at the intersection of global commerce and extreme events.

Find more information by reading our leadership journal, Resilience, or our up-to-the-minute blog on breaking news, WillisWire.

Across geographies, industries and specialisms, Willis provides its local and multinational clients with resilience for a risky world.





Willis announces new authorised distributor

Willis Australia Limited announces Sirecam Group Australia as its authorised Australian distributor of Bloodstock insurance products.

Willis Power Market Review

In our annual review, Willis reports on the unprecedented challenges facing the global power industry, as traditional business models are increasingly threatened by transformative changes.

Willis announces the launch of Willis Residential Construction +

Initiative provides substantial risk management benefits to residential builders and lower cost of insurance to the consumer.

Proposed changes to Comcare scheme

The Australian Federal Government has announced significant reform as part of its deregulation agenda, which will allow more national employers to be covered by the Comcare scheme.

Women at Willis

Learn more about our initiative aimed at promoting gender equality within the insurance industry.

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