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Property Risk Management

Marsh uses its experience and achievements in 130 countries around the world to analyze property risks relating to overseas business operations and support optimal insurance design.

Risks of destruction of plants and other property from large-scale natural disasters such as earthquakes and floods are becoming more and more serious in conjunction with the increasing complexity of supply chains as companies expand overseas. Property insurance covers economic losses from business interruption caused by property damage and breakdown of supply chains and supports trouble-free business operations.

Marsh uses its many years of experience and extensive knowledge in numerous countries and regions globally to provide tailor-made solutions that minimize property risks at optimal cost.

Marsh uses proprietary benchmarks and analytical tools based on the property insurance program arrangement experience and achievements that we have accumulated worldwide to determine the appropriate balance between risks that are retained and those that are transferred and support optimal insurance design.

Marsh negotiates with insurers about insurance terms to arrange insurance programs that are optimized for the customer’s risk environment. We also provide easy to understand explanations of the detailed provisions of Japanese and English insurance policies to ensure that they are understood.

Insurance Claims

Marsh’s insurance brokerage team cooperates with several hundred insurance claim consultants in various industries and regions to provide appropriate support to customers during all phases from preventing damage to post-incident responses. Based on our advanced expertise and reliable data, we support efficient and prompt insurance claims including complex claims and claims that are likely to be disputed.


Marsh has data on more than 200,000 insurance policies in various regions including the United States, Europe, the Middle East, Africa, and Asia. We continuously update the benchmarks (databases) derived from this massive collection of policy data and use the latest information to gain the advantage in negotiations with insurers and arrange insurance the customers need under appropriate terms and at appropriate cost.

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The dynamic risk landscape and recent events have highlighted several significant property and related risks that companies face. Weather and climate change risks, such as the greater frequency and severity of floods and wildfires, remain high on the list. Increasing instances of civil and political unrest worldwide have resulted in extensive property damage in affected cities and countries. The COVID-19 pandemic disrupted many businesses’ ability to manufacture and distribute goods and services, as did cybersecurity breaches that led to takeovers of control systems.

Property risk management offers security and peace of mind to companies whose success may be impacted by any loss of property or a related business interruption. Having knowledgeable professionals to help you choose the right strategy to avoid, control, transfer, and manage your property risk allows you to stay focused on your business. In addition, these advisors keep up-to-date on broader industry trends and best practices, which helps your coverage and risk management stay agile.

Key to establishing the right strategy is a review of your current program’s effectiveness; identification of an optimal program structure, terms, and rates; and consideration of potential program innovations and best practices to implement.

Property damage can potentially result from a human-caused event, inclement weather or natural disasters, a cybersecurity breach, or vandalism. Coverage of specific inciting events and strategies to manage them will depend on your risk profile, your locations, and the policies available from insurers.

In addition to seeking to optimize insurance coverage for property and business interruption risks, property risk management can involve property audits and inspections, fire protection engineering, loss investigations and analysis, property replacement cost valuations, and more.

Our technical analysis, program innovation, and market insights can help you identify your potential property risks and better manage them. Working with our advisory, loss control, and claims specialists – supplemented by a global team of subject matter experts and industry-leading catastrophe-modeling capabilities – we can benchmark your property risk management program, spot potential coverage and mitigation gaps, and help you implement strategies to protect your property and recover from losses more quickly.