Analysts were mostly positive in response to Marsh & McLennan’s first-quarter financial results, in which the company began to put regulatory troubles behind them, seeing net income more than triple over the same period in 2005 despite a 7 percent drop in brokerage revenues.

For the first quarter of 2006, New York-based MMC reported net income increased $282 million, from $134 million (25 cents a share) to $416 million (75 cents a share). Revenues declined slightly–by $45 million to $3.03 billion.

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