Marsh – Why Work For Us?

Marsh is a world leader in delivering risk and insurance services and solutions to its clients. From its founding in 1871 to the present day, Marsh has provided thought leadership and innovation for clients and the insurance industry — introducing and promoting the concept and practice of client representation through brokerage, the discipline of risk management, the globalization of insurance and risk management services and many other innovative tools and service platforms.

Over 25,000 Marsh colleagues provide risk management, risk consulting, insurance broking, alternative risk financing, and insurance program management services to a wide range of businesses, government entities and professional service organizations around the world in more than 100 countries.

Marsh's clients vary by size, industry, geography and risk exposures. Marsh is organized to serve clients efficiently and effectively, delivering tailored solutions based on complexity of the risk and global footprint, and matched to clients' buying styles.

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•Marsh’s culture is articulated by our IGNITE Operating Principles

–In Touch: Get out in front by being informed and being connected
–Genuine: Be authentic with clients and each other
–Nimble: Be flexible and move quickly to deliver quality results
–Inclusive: Be open to diverse ideas, experiences, and backgrounds
–Trusted: Stand for integrity and ethical behavior
–Engaged: Actively participate in making Marsh extraordinary

Marsh has earned recognition as a leading employer of diverse colleagues.  Additionally, Marsh is committed to environmentally sustainable business practices and “helping communities and people at risk” as the foundation of our corporate citizenship efforts. 

To learn more about what it’s like to work at Marsh, please visit the tab on this page called Marsh Colleague Experience. 

To learn more about Marsh’s commitment to diversity and corporate citizenship, please visit  Diversity & Inclusion and Corporate Social Responsibility. 

Marsh is comprised of over 25,000 colleagues around the world. The global nature of our business is fundamental to our culture, firm strategy, and organization.

Marsh University (MU) is a unique knowledge sharing and collaboration platform providing the 24,000+ colleagues of Marsh a way to connect with one another across 100 countries. The site was commissioned in response to an executive declaration focused on “Making Marsh a Great Place to Work for Outstanding People”. MU was developed as a way to empower colleagues to be successful by providing a platform for sharing, building relationships and finding the resources and knowledge to excel. MU is a secure, internal site accessed by Marsh colleagues. The site’s external, public landing page and overview video can be viewed at

Marsh stands for integrity and ethical behavior, as defined by our code of conduct, The Greater Good. 

For more information on working at Marsh, please visit our Careers website. 

To apply for current openings at Marsh, please visit Career Opportunities or our sister companies sites: 


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    Marsh offers clients many resources to meet their clients Insurance and Risk Management needs. Not many Insurance Firms can offer the same products


    Marsh is a worldwide company which can result in challenges to get the most simple task completed in a timely manner

    Advice to Management

    Listen to your teams not just hear, listen. Those individuals are "in the trenches" doing the actual day to day tasks and offer invaluable insight and ideas to processes, policies and procedures. Show the colleagues they are appreciated. Budgets are huge in a company this large, but offering at least a Holiday or Year end party would be nice. Consider a picnic and allow the employees to bring their family.

Marsh Interviews

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    Summer TRAC Associate Interview

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    I applied through college or university. The process took 4+ weeksinterviewed at Marsh.


    Applied through my university's career website. Sent cover letter to HR team in New York who forwarded it to local University Relations team. In several weeks, received request for on-campus interview. Interviewed with senior vice president, who asked several technical questions about my previous internship experience, then proceeded to discuss lighter topics such as sports and my university (which the SVP also attended). About a week later, received invitation for final interviews in downtown office.

    Final interview day began early with a very informal briefing of what to expect with a Campus Recruiting specialist, followed by the actual interviews. Four candidates were brought in that day and each of us was put in a separate room. Four interviewers rotated between all four rooms, one visit from each interviewer to each candidate. My first three interviewers were VPs who asked moderately difficult behavioral questions, but were easy to socialize with, two in particular because they had graduated from the same university as me and knew many of the same people in the industry. The fourth interview was by far the most difficult, as the interviewer was an HR professional (in fact, the person who developed the TRAC program as I understand it) and asked very subjective and abstract questions. I felt that the order of my interviews put me at a disadvantage to the other candidates, because I was the person who was theoretically the most fatigued during my interview with the HR professional. However, I was told that all four of the interviewers would have some say in the decision, and to the best of my knowledge I was the only person who received an offer from that interviewing day.

    After the round of interviews, all of the candidates were taken to a conference room to have refreshments and ask questions to current full-time TRAC Associates (This is a two-year rotational and formal training program which is the entry-level job upon completion of an internship). We were advised that this Q&A session would have no bearing on our interview decision, so we were free to ask anything we wanted without fear of consequences. After that session, the Campus Recruiting specialist told us that a decision would be made by the weekend (this interview day had been on a Thursday). I received a call the next day from the Campus Recruiting specialist asking how I thought the interview process went and informing me that I was being extended an offer.

    Interview Questions

    • Q: Name three strengths and three weaknesses of yours.

      Q: Why are you interested in broking as opposed to another line of work in the insurance industry?

      Q: Did you have a final presentation during your last internship? Tell me about that presentation, with an emphasis on analytical aspects.
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Additional Info

Headquarters New York, NY
Size 5000+ Employees
Founded 1969
Type Subsidiary or Business Segment
Industry Insurance
Revenue $1 to $2 billion (USD) per year
Competitors Aon, Willis

Marsh is the flagship operation of Marsh & McLennan Companies (MMC), one of the world's largest insurance brokerages. The company brokers insurance and provides risk management and consulting services to corporate clients, government agencies, and other organizations big and small. Marsh operates hundreds of brokerage agency locations in more than 100 countries. Marsh also provides risk financing, insurance program design and management, and underwriting management, as well as claims administration and technological support services. MMC affiliate Guy Carpenter provides... More

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