As risk and uncertainty change and grow around the world, we believe that supporting our communities is more important than ever before. Marsh and Marsh McLennan share a proud history of service and support to the communities in which we operate and our colleagues work and live. Our commitment to building a stronger, more resilient world is deeply rooted in the belief that we are able to help address society’s greatest challenges when we work together and bring our collective expertise to make a difference. Our goal is to drive both business and social impact by:
Building a more resilient world
The long-term wellbeing of society and the strength of the global economy depends on our ability to create a more sustainable and inclusive world. In 2008, our parent company, Marsh McLennan, created an Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) Committee, comprised of colleagues across our four businesses, to identify and advance our global ESG priorities. The ESG Committee regularly reports on key metrics to ensure our company is addressing the most pressing needs of our communities including human capital management and cybersecurity. ESG is a critical component of Marsh and Marsh McLennan’s strategy with leadership involvement at every level including the Board of Directors. Learn more on how Marsh McLennan is reimaging what’s possible for ESG.
Partnering for Impact
We draw on our collective strengths to better serve our clients and communities in the face of adversity. Each year, thousands of Marsh colleagues use their business skills to build more resilient communities. Across the Marsh McLennan enterprise, we have partnered with nonprofit organizations in the areas of mentoring and disaster resiliency, to enable colleagues to support at-risk communities. These partnerships also enable Marsh to explore new ways to add value around the world.
Global Non-Profit Partners:
- Cherie Blair Foundation for Women: colleagues serve as mentors in the Mentoring Women in Business Program, which provides women in developing and emerging economies with the skills, technology, networks and access to financial services they need to become successful business owners.
- Junior Achievement (JA): our colleagues have the opportunity to inspire and prepare young people to succeed in a global economy by educating students about workforce readiness, entrepreneurship and financial literacy.
- Missing Maps: Mapathons bring colleagues together to put vulnerable communities on the official maps by tracing satellite imagery. Humanitarian groups use these maps to better respond to disasters and crisis in these areas.