Milliman is a firm that provides actuarial services, consulting services, administrative support, professional and technical services, and investment management to nonprofit clients. They operate nationwide, with nonprofit clients using their services across the country.
Most Milliman clients are health and welfare funds, hospitals, and outpatient health care practitioners and facilities with revenues ranging from $24 million to $517 million.
|1||Metropolitan Opera Association||501(c)(3)||New York, NY|
|2||Museum of Modern Art||501(c)(3)||New York, NY|
|3||American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU)||501(c)(4)||New York, NY|
|4||National Geographic Society (NGS)||501(c)(3)||Washington, DC|
|5||Carnegie Hall / The Carnegie Hall Corporation||501(c)(3)||New York, NY|
|6||National Marine Manufacturers Association (NMMA)||501(c)(6)||Chicago, IL|
|7||American Psychiatric Association (APA)||501(c)(6)||Washington, DC|
|8||Bank Policy Institute (FSR)||501(c)(6)||Washington, DC|
|9||Association of The United States Army||501(c)(3)||Arlington, VA|
|10||Pennsylvania Horticultural Society (PHS)||501(c)(3)||Philadelphia, PA|
|...||and 213 more Milliman not-for-profit tax-exempt clients identified by Cause IQ|
Competitors to Milliman in the nonprofit sector include Towers Watson, Blue Cross Blue Shield Of Michigan, Gallagher Benefit Services Inc, Aon Consulting Inc, Willis Towers Watson, Ascensus, Mercer, Mcdermott Will and Emery, Minnesota Life Insurance Company, and Capfinancial Partners, LLC.
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