New Marsh & McLennan Innovation Centre in Dublin

02 July 2015 2 min. read
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Marsh & McLennan Companies has announced the launch of a new Innovation Centre in Dublin, through which its businesses will offer their clients digital solutions. As the centre is expected to create 100 jobs, its development is supported by the Irish Department of Jobs.

Marsh & McLennan Innovation Centre
The Marsh & McLennan Innovation Centre in Dublin will be a data and analytics development platform for Marsh & McLennan’s businesses* to deliver digital solutions to their clients. According to the firm, the development of the centre reinforces its drive for continuous innovation and industry leadership by developing the ‘next generation’ technologies and analytics. Marsh & McLennan’s current Chief Technology Officer David Fike, who has relocated to Dublin late last year, has been named President of the Innovation Centre.

The centre, which is expected to create up to 100 highly skilled jobs, is supported by the Department of Jobs through IDA Ireland, the agency responsible for industrial development in Ireland.

Marsh & McLennan Innovation Centre

Commenting on the development of the centre, Dan Glaser, President & CEO of Marsh & McLennan, says: “We are proud to launch the Marsh & McLennan Innovation Centre in Dublin as part of our efforts to develop the next generation of data-driven technologies and analytics across our company. With nearly 600 employees in Ireland, Marsh & McLennan has benefited over the last four and a half decades from the skilled and global workforce in Ireland and the country’s culture of advancing technology and innovation.”

Martin Shanahan, CEO of IDA Ireland, adds: “Marsh & McLennan has a history in Ireland dating back to 1971. Marsh & McLennan’s investment in an Innovation Centre in Dublin affirms Ireland’s standing as a leading location for professional services companies to invest, innovate and transform through our highly skilled and talented workforce.” 

* Marsh, Guy Carpenter, Mercer and Oliver Wyman.