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Marsh & McLennan Companies (MMC) is a US-based global professional services firm. In 2001, it had 57,000 employees and annual revenues of $10 billion. MMC is the parent company of Putnam Investments[?], Marsh Inc., and Mercer Consulting Group[?]. MMC trades under the MMC ticker symbol.

Marsh Inc.

Marsh Inc. is a global risk and insurance services firm. It is a subsidiary of MMC. In 2001, Marsh employed 35,000 people, with annual revenues of $4.8 billion.

295 employees working in its World Trade Center offices, which were situated directly in the impact zone, were killed in September 11, 2001 Terrorist Attack. See also: One World Trade Center tenants

On October 11, 2001 Marsh established a crisis consulting practice specializing in terrorism, with Ambassador L. Paul Bremer as Chairman. Marsh also announced a partnership with Control Risks Group LLC[?] to provide political risk assessment. [1] (http://www.marsh.com/home/homepg.nsf/afb6ac060ccea991852567af004d1b3a/2608e43bd426d3a585256ae2004e64dc?OpenDocument)

Management John T. Sinnott[?], Chairman and CEO Andrew R. Daniels[?], Managing Director

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