Company Overview of Metropolitan Life Insurance Company
Metropolitan Life Insurance Company, together with its subsidiaries, provides life insurance, annuities, employee benefits, and asset management services in the United States. It operates through three segments: Retail; Group, Voluntary & Worksite Benefits; and Corporate Benefit Funding. The Retail segment offers variable, universal, term, and whole life insurance products; disability products; and various mutual funds and other securities products, as well as variable and fixed annuities. The Group, Voluntary & Worksite Benefits segment provides group insurance products and services comprising life, dental, group short- and long-term disability, long-term care, accidental death and dismembe...
200 Park Avenue
New York, NY 10166
Founded in 1868
Key Executives for Metropolitan Life Insurance Company
Chairman of the Board, Chief Executive Officer and President
Chief Financial Officer and Executive Vice President
Executive Vice President of Global Technology & Operations
Chief Executive Officer of Romanian Unit
Chief Executive Officer of Metlife Gulf
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2016.
Metropolitan Life Insurance Company Key Developments
MetLife Signs Pension Buyout Agreement with PPG
Jun 28 16
Metropolitan Life Insurance Company has announced that PPG has entered into an agreement with both MetLife and Massachusetts Mutual Life Insurance Company to provide annuity benefits to approximately 13,400 retirees in PPG's defined benefit (DB) pension plans, representing pension obligations of $1.6 billion. The transaction involves two groups of retirees salaried and non-union hourly. For 11,000 salaried retirees, MetLife and MassMutual are each providing 50% of the monthly benefits. MassMutual will act as lead administrator. MetLife will pay its portion of the benefits through an administration agreement with MassMutual. MetLife will be the exclusive provider for the non-union hourly group, making payments directly to the retirees.
Metropolitan Life Insurance Company Approves Amendments to the Charter and By-Laws
May 19 16
On May 16, 2016, the Superintendent of Financial Services of the State of New York approved amendments to the Charter and By-Laws of Metropolitan Life Insurance Company previously approved by the company's Board of Directors rendering them effective. The Charter and By-Laws now provide for the date of each annual meeting of shareholders to be held within thirty days before or after the second Tuesday of June, rather than on the fourth Tuesday of April or within sixty days thereafter. They now provide for a minimum of seven directors, at least one of whom must be a resident of the State of New York; they previously provided for at least thirteen directors, at least three whom had to be New York residents. They also now authorize the Company's shareholders to elect officers of the Company (except for any Chief Executive Officer, Chairman, President, Chief Financial Officer, Secretary, Treasurer, Controller, General Counsel, officer of the rank of Executive Vice President or higher, or any officer who is deemed to be a principal officer of the Company under Section 1202(b) of the New York Insurance Law) and for the shareholders to remove officers they have elected. The Board retains the authority to appoint, and remove officers it has appointed, that the Charter and By-Laws previously gave it. The Charter now includes an updated definition of life insurance consistent with the current statutory definition and requires Superintendent consent for the issuance of any additional shares of Company common stock. The Charter did not previously require such consent. The By-Laws now provide for the Board to determine which director will preside at Board meetings and which officer shall be the Chief Executive Officer, rather to determine these roles from among the officer directors. The By-Laws also now provide, with respect to acts or omissions on or after February 25, 2014, for a limited indemnity of directors of the Company who are not employees of the Company or its affiliates. The By-laws previously provided for a limited indemnity for all directors and officers of the Company. The foregoing description of the Charter and By-Laws is not complete and is qualified in its entirety by reference to the Charter and By-Laws, which are filed as exhibit hereto in redline form showing the amendments described above and in unmarked form, and are incorporated herein by reference.
Metropolitan Life Insurance Reportedly Seeking Sale Of 100 Congress
Feb 4 16
Metropolitan Life Insurance Company is reportedly seeking sale of 100 Congress. As per market rumors, 100 Congress, which is owned by Metropolitan Life Insurance, will soon be put up for sale.
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