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Greg Martens Joins Mercer from Willis Towers Watson as Central Market CEO

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Mercer,
a global consulting leader in advancing health, wealth and careers, and
a wholly owned subsidiary of Marsh & McLennan Companies (NYSE:MMC), has
appointed Greg Martens as Central1 Market CEO, based in the
Chicago office. Mr. Martens is responsible for driving value, delivering
solutions and building Mercer's brand to the firm's Central market
clients. He will report to Ken Haderer, President of Mercer's North
America Region.

"Greg is a highly-respected leader in the human capital industry and we
are thrilled to welcome him to Mercer," said Mr. Haderer. "Greg's proven
track record will enable us to grow our Central market and continue to
expand Mercer's position as the employer of choice."

Prior to joining Mercer, Mr. Martens was with Willis Towers Watson where
he served as Midwest Health and Benefits Leader. He also held positions
as the Chicago Market Leader for Aon Consulting and as an Executive
Compensation consultant and Business Development facilitator for Hewitt
Associates. Mr. Martens received his Bachelor's degree from Ferris State
University, Michigan.

About Mercer

Mercer
delivers advice and technology-driven solutions that help organizations
meet the health, wealth and career needs of a changing workforce.
Mercer's more than 22,000 employees are based in 43 countries and the
firm operates in over 130 countries. Mercer is a wholly owned subsidiary
of Marsh
& McLennan Companies
(NYSE:MMC), the leading global professional
services firm in the areas of risk, strategy and people. With more than
60,000 colleagues and annual revenue over $13 billion, through its
market-leading companies including Marsh,
Guy
Carpenter
and Oliver
Wyman
, Marsh & McLennan helps clients navigate an increasingly
dynamic and complex environment. For more information, visit www.mercer.com.
Follow Mercer on Twitter @Mercer.

1 Mercer's Central market encompasses Texas, Oklahoma,
Kansas, Nebraska, South Dakota, North Dakota, Minnesota, Iowa, Missouri,
Arkansas, Louisiana, Tennessee, Kentucky, Illinois, Indiana, Ohio,
Wisconsin, Michigan, Indiana, West Virginia, and Western Pennsylvania.

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