As a subsidiary of a Japanese insurance company, Tokio Marine North America, Inc. and the U.S. operations of the Tokio Marine Group ("TMNA"), value diversity and inclusion in all aspects of our business. We understand the need to form diverse teams and to attract business partners with a wide range of backgrounds and points of view. We are committed to seeking and identifying diverse suppliers, minority-owned, women-owned and disabled veteran-owned businesses and to offer them an opportunity to compete in the procurement process and do business with TMNA.
As a corporate leader, TMNA strives to utilize suppliers and vendors as diverse as the communities that we serve.
The mission of TMNA is to actively increase opportunities for diverse suppliers including certified minority-owned, women-owned and disabled veteran-owned businesses by implementing programs and procedures that seek out and encourage their participation.
What is a Diverse Business?
- Minority Business Enterprise - a U.S. based business at least 51% owned by a minority group or groups (African Americans, Hispanic Americans, Native Americans and Asian Pacific Americans) and whose management and daily business operations are controlled by one or more of the minority owners
- Women Business Enterprise - a U.S. based business at least 51% owned by a woman or women and whose management and daily business operations are controlled by one or more of the women owners
- Disabled Veteran Business Enterprise - a U.S. based business certified by the California State Department of General Services
How Does Your Diverse Business Get Certified?
If you wish to register with TMNA as a diverse supplier, your business enterprise should be certified by the National Minority Supplier Development Council, the Women’s Business Enterprise National Council or the California State Department of General Services. You will need to provide us with a copy of your certification documents when you register.
Register as a Diverse Supplier?
Thank you for your interest in doing business with TMNA. For us to learn more about your diverse business and how you can meet our business needs, please register. Once that information is submitted, TMNA will review your submission and once approved, your company will be included in our database. Employees involved in procurement are encouraged to request bids from businesses listed in the database. If it is determined that there is a match between your product or service and our needs, we will contact you. However, inclusion in our database does not guarantee that your company will be awarded a contract with a TMNA group company. If there is any change to your company’s status or you have any questions, please email Nora Howard at SupplierDiversity@tmnas.com.