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Business interruption (BI) is not just a consequence of property damage. Supply chain failure, fire, terrorism, product recall, and cyber-attacks can all interrupt a business.

Hundreds of pre- and post-loss BI projects delivered for clients, totaling multi-billions of pounds

Business Interruption and Supply Chain

Today, companies don't operate in isolation; they are part of a complex network with multiple stakeholders in a volatile global business environment. Having a comprehensive and deep understanding of supply network ecosystems and the organisational resilience to respond quickly to threats and their impacts are critical to business success.

A value-driven, flow-based supply chain resiliency strategy can provide the framework for an integrated approach to supply-network risk management. This approach is one element of a suite of services that includes BI values and policy reviews, claims preparation, and natural catastrophe exposure analysis. 

We work with colleagues across Marsh, clients, insurers, and professional bodies to improve the understanding of BI risk and the quantification of exposures in order to better articulate these risks to the insurance market. And we deliver enhanced coverage options built on a deeper understanding of individual businesses and efficient, economic risk-transfer solutions tailored to your needs.

Financial Advisory Services (FAS)

Marsh Risk Consulting’s global Financial Advisory Services (FAS) Practice provides expert assistance in the quantification and measurement of damages, economic claims, and losses to help you recover and/or minimise losses resulting from catastrophic events, litigation, or disputes.

Our multidisciplinary team of experts delivers forensic accounting, investigative, construction, product recall and liability, valuations, dispute advisory, and insurance claim preparation and advisory services. We are able to respond and react anywhere in the world, assisting you with local language, customs, and regulatory issues.

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Supply Chain Risk Management (SCRM)

Marsh's Supply Chain Risk Management (SCRM) Practice undertakes a comprehensive review of supply chain exposures. It begins by mapping the internal and external supply chains (including services) and continues with consideration of the key operational processes or services – and potentially critical failure points. We can also include a natural hazard risk map of suppliers using our exclusive broker access to a natural hazard zone database. Learn more