MMC names Dan FARRELL Head of Investor Relations

Marsh & McLennan Companies (MMC), announced that Daniel FARRELL has been named Vice President, Head of Investor Relations. Dan FARRELL 's new role is effective as of May 1, 2017.

Dan FARRELL will report to Mark McGivney, Chief Financial Officer of MMC, and be based in MMC's New York headquarters. In this role, he succeeds Keith WALSH, who has been appointed Chief Financial Officer of MMC's Risk and Insurance Services. Keith WALSH will also serve as Chief Financial Officer of MARSH.

"Dan's deep experience in insurance and professional services combined with his relationships in the investment community make him an ideal choice to lead our investor relations efforts," said Mark McGivney. "I look forward to working closely with Dan in his new role."

Dan FARRELL joined MMC in 2016 as Senior Director of Investor Relations. Prior to joining the Company, he was a Managing Director at PIPER JAFFRAY where he was responsible for coverage and analysis of publicly-traded property and casualty insurance brokers and underwriters. Previously, he held similar roles at STERNE AGEE, MACQUARIE and DOWLING & PARTNERS. He began his career as an analyst at MERCER, a wholly-owned subsidiary of MMC.

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