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LONDONMarsh Ltd., the London-based arm of New York-based insurance brokerage Marsh Inc., has launched a white paper in which it advises its corporate clients on the course of action they should take to arrive at optimal risk financing arrangements.
"Optimising Return on Capital Employed on Risk Transfer," which was produced following discussions with clients and markets, describes the process that Marsh advocates its clients take, according to Richard Waterer of Marsh's risk consulting practice in London.
This process draws on information and people from across a business, encouraging them to offset investment in mitigation and management strategies with a reduction in cost of risk, and to counterbalance expenditure on insurance with realistic retentions, Marsh said in the white paper.
The white paper claims that following this processwhich it described as a tool for risk managerscan typically result in a sustainable and lower total cost of risk. At the launch of the white paper in London, Marsh Ltd. Chief Executive, Martin South said that the paper was geared towards large and medium-sized companies, although the issues were there for all.