Infrastructure risks to be focus of new Marsh practice

Marsh formed a new Global Power Practice to assist clients manage risks associated with infrastructure projects in emerging and developed economies.

Philippe Du Four, leader of the power and utility sector of Marsh’s Infrastructure Practice in Asia, has been named to the additional position of chairman of the new practice. Du Four, who will continue to be based in Singapore, has more than 15 years of experience in the power and insurance industry. Prior to joining Marsh in May 2008, he was the international risk manager for Suez Energy International.

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