New aerospace division at Acrisure

GRAND RAPIDS–The fintech developer Acrisure announced the launch of a new division to serve the needs of the aerospace industry, under the leadership of Managing Partner Jason Riley.

From personal and commercial aircraft to rocket launches and other aerospace activities, Acrisure Aerospace helps clients access the full range of aviation via United States, London, and international aerospace insurance markets, addressing any aviation or aerospace risk.

“The aerospace industry has seen unprecedented risk and opportunity in recent years. Acrisure is doubling down on our expertise and ability to serve these clients, whose needs are often complex and multi-faceted,” said Acrisure co-founder, Chairman and CEO Greg Williams. “This is another step in our client-focused transformation and I’m confident Jason and team will provide both content expertise and the outrageous service our customers expect and deserve.”

Based in Fort Worth, Texas, Riley has over 20 years of experience in the aerospace insurance industry. He previously led Halton Hall & Associates along with his late mentor and business partner F. Thomas Bradshaw. An Acrisure partner with over 60 years of experience in aviation risk management, Halton Hall and Associates is among the Acrisure businesses coming together to form Acrisure Aerospace. He is joined on the Aerospace leadership team by Barry Dowlen, head of growth, and Debi Fleischer, head of operations.

“From student pilots purchasing their first aircraft to commercial flight operations to complex risks such as airlines and manufacturer products liability, Acrisure Aerospace is a trusted resource with a relentless focus on client service for any client with aviation exposure,” said Riley. “As we go forward together under the Acrisure brand, there is no limit to what we can offer our clients. We have already heard great feedback about how the Acrisure Aerospace team sets the bar for service in the aviation insurance industry.”

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Over the last nine years, Acrisure has grown in revenue from $38 million to $4.4 billion and today employs over 17,000 colleagues in over 20 countries. More at

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