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MARSH CAPTIVE SOLUTIONS

The global business environment becomes more uncertain. Combining deep expertise with industry-leading analytics can allow you to manage risk on your own terms.

Marsh counts on 430 specialized experts managing over 1,250 captive insurers in 44 domiciles worldwide.

Captives began to thrive amongst Fortune 500 companies, of which Marsh Captive Solutions manages more than 200, but its broad appeal means middle market and smaller private and public companies are joining the captive market. It can provide benefits to organizations of all sizes, industries, and geographic orientation. Captives have been rapidly expanding throughout the middle market space, which is anticipated to continue to grow in the future.

As the world’s largest captive manager, organizations come to Marsh for a one-stop approach to innovative captive solutions, which includes advice, implementation, management, and actuarial services.

As business owners become aware of the benefits of captive insurance programs, the exploration of different possibilities in structures, domiciles, and coverage can create an infinite number of opportunities for various types of companies. Having a captive raises the visibility of risk management costs and serves as an excellent control tool. With specialized expertise from global resources, Marsh creates comprehensive, tailored solutions for your business.

Data analytics and benchmarking abilities for Marsh Captive Solutions provide a powerful tool to identify trends and quantify the advantages that captive insurance can offer your organization. Global risk management strategies frequently use captives as a key foundational component and Marsh’s deep captive insights and advisory capabilities may also help you understand how peer companies are benefiting from captive coverage.

As a result we can manage risk on your own terms and create more control over your company’s economic cost of risk.