Marsh is a global leader in insurance broking and risk management. We help clients succeed by defining, designing, and delivering innovative industry-specific solutions that help them effectively manage risk.
We have approximately 27,000 colleagues working together to serve clients in more than 100 countries. Marsh is a wholly owned subsidiary of Marsh & McLennan Companies (NYSE: MMC), a global professional services firm offering clients advice and solutions in the areas of risk, strategy, and human capital. With more than 54,000 employees worldwide and approximately $12 billion in annual revenue, Marsh & McLennan Companies is also the parent company of Guy Carpenter, a global leader in providing risk and reinsurance intermediary services; Mercer, a global leader in talent, health, retirement, and investment consulting; and Oliver Wyman, a global leader in management consulting.LATEST PUBLICATIONS
UK CYBER SECURITY: THE ROLE OF INSURANCE IN MANAGING AND MITIGATING THE RISK This report focuses on how insurance can help make UK companies more resilient to the cyber threat, and is the result of co-operation between representatives of the UK Government and the insurance industry, led by the Cabinet Office and Marsh. Read more.
EUROPE, MIDDLE EAST, AND AFRICA INSURANCE MARKET REPORT 2015 Competition between insurers intensified across the EMEA region in 2014, placing further downward pressure on premium rates in an already soft market. Read more.
WORLD ECONOMIC FORUM GLOBAL RISKS 2015 REPORT The World Economic Forum Global Risks 2015 report examines the new risks that will arise from emerging technologies, interstate conflicts, extreme weather events, and other interconnected risks such as water crises. Read more.
CYBER RISKS EXPLAINED Expand your understanding of cyber risk, and the insurance and risk management options available. Read more.
BUSINESS INTERRUPTION INSURANCE EFFICACY: FIVE KEY ISSUES Terrorism, supply chain failure, natural catastrophes, and cyber-attacks all have one thing in common - the threat of business interruption. Read more.