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Japan Client Services

Investing overseas requires global scale and an in-depth understanding of local customs and business practices to address your risks and expand your global footprint.

Build Resilience for Your Global Expansion

Asian multinational companies (MNCs) are pursuing immense growth and investment opportunities globally. More than 42% of Fortune Global 500 companies are headquartered in Asia, an increase from just 29% in 2010 that indicates the rising competitiveness of Asia-based businesses on the world stage. Moreover, many MNCs headquartered in Asia harbor global ambitions that have grown within the last decade: based on UNCTAD’s 2020 data, the combined outwards foreign direct investment (FDI) stock from China, Japan, Korea, Taiwan and India totaled over US$5.4 trillion — more than three times of the US$1.6 trillion in 2010.

The focus of these FDIs center mainly in infrastructure development, heavy industry, automotive and high-end manufacturing. China, for example, has pledged more than US$1 trillion towards the Belt and Road Initiative, with projects and investment opportunities valued at US$3.7 trillion.

Complexity on the world stage

Businesses interested in these opportunities must navigate diverse geopolitics, regulatory frameworks, cultures, and languages/interpretation needs. These challenges, coupled with the necessary sensitivity to local buying practices and procurement standards, present an altogether complex web that requires your business to have a sophisticated and data-driven risk management approach. Are your overseas executives well-equipped to meet these challenges?

How Marsh’s Asia Client Services can help

Marsh’s Asia Client Services practice, comprising China Client Services, Japan Client Services, Korea Client Services, Taiwan Client Services, provides the expertise to help your business succeed wherever opportunity takes you.

Our global network of more than 200 dedicated colleagues has the requisite local understanding, expertise and experience:

  • Risk experts in the field speaking the same language as your country managers and understanding your distinct needs.
  • A seamless experience from headquarters to overseas operations, led in headquarters and aligned to your reporting lines.
  • Global governance and oversight catering to your business’s need for control of your risk profile, made possible with our proprietary Marsh Global Connect portal.

Our risk management and insurance expertise simplifies complex issues:

  • Our experts complement your overseas executives with technical expertise and global presence.
  • Claims expertise from start to end – advising on policy wording and providing claims advocacy during your claims processes.
  • Specialized risk engineering, data and analytics across multiple industries, powering a data-driven approach to risk management and mitigation.
  • Our strong market relationships enable competitive insurance pricing, broad coverage and flexible placement with both domestic and international insurers.

Contact us to request for a free consultation.

Japn Client Services

Japan Client Services (JCS) was established in New York in 1985 as an organization specializing in providing insurance and risk management support to Japanese companies expanding their business overseas. Since 2006, JCS has managed the global network from Tokyo.

Today, JCS has approximately 600 staff members who are fluent in both Japanese and local languages and who work closely with clients at their headquarters in Japan and in other countries to help them introduce and implement insurance programs and risk management that meet their needs.

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Tatsuya Morita

Tatsuya Morita

General Manager, Marsh Japan