Marsh Broker Machua Millett Recognized as a 2021 Finance Power Broker
Machua Millett, Managing Director, Marsh
One hallmark of a great broker is the willingness to dig deep into a client’s business.
Only with a true understanding of a company’s operations, strategic objectives and culture can a broker construct an insurance program that not only transfers risk but also supports that company’s growth.
“This year there were a few aspects of our program that we wanted to maintain, including a low self-insured retention. Mach understands that this is a priority for us and identified the markets with the most tolerance for allowing us to keep a low SIR,” said the general counsel of one client company.
“He then advocates for us and brings a really detailed understanding of our business and risks to the market.”
Broker Machua Millett is good at advocating for his clients, because he can discuss exposures from multiple perspectives and explain to markets the strategic reasons behind a company’s program wishlist.
“Mach is able to come at problems from several angles: insurance, regulatory, litigation, operations and risk appetite. And he can translate this highly technical knowledge in a digestible manner,” said another risk manager.
“Over the past year he has helped us navigate an incredibly difficult marketplace and acted as a trusted advisor on a number of complex claims. I turn to him not only because I trust in his expertise, but also because I trust that he is looking out for our best interests.”
What is a Power Broker?
A Risk & Insurance Power Broker® is an individual who stands out among their peers for the exceptional client work they delivered over the past year. While brokers play many key roles in the insurance industry and risk profession, a Power Broker® award recognizes problem solving, customer service and industry knowledge.
Our goal is to broadly recognize and promote outstanding risk management and customer service among the brokerage community.
Who selects the winners?
Power Brokers are selected by risk managers based on the strength of the testimonials they provide to a team of 15 Risk & Insurance editors and writers.