Marc Lehmann is lead partner, strategic risk consulting, catastrophe risk management Willis Risk & Analytics.
Marc joined Willis in October 2008 as founding member of the Strategic Risk Consulting team in London. His primary responsibility is to coordinate, manage and deliver a wide range of natural hazard risk consulting services (including catastrophe modelling and risk engineering assessments) for the Willis global corporate client base.
The list of clients Marc has worked for, both at Willis and in previous positions includes some of the major public, commercial and industrial organisations around the world. Prior to Willis Marc was Principal and Business Development Director for the global engineering firm ABS Consulting (formerly EQE International), where his responsibilities included the undertaking and management of various Natural and Man-Made Hazard risk management assignments for industrial clients such as conducting property surveys for earthquake, storm and flood hazards to assist clients in their risk transfer decisions, as well as identifying and implementing risk mitigation solutions.
Marc's earlier experience included working a senior structural design engineer on a number of international construction projects for companies such as Ove Arup & Partners, Battle McCarthy, Systra and Calatrava Valls.
Marc holds engineering degrees from the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (ETH), Zurich and Imperial College, London and is fluent in English, French and German.
Sounded a good plan, Exec Team Visit to our wonderful claims team in Morecambe, bit of a ‘Back to the Floor’ & dish out some Easter Eggs. Lovely. So how did I end up with these & having to wear them home on the train? Thanks @helenidle @AXAUK @AXA_Broker #BunnyEars pic.twitter.com/cNd80WnRPd— David Williams (@AXADavidW) April 17, 2019
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