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Last updated: October 17, 2019

MetLife, Inc.
200 Park Avenue
New York, NY 10166
United States
Phone: (212)-578-9500
Website: http://www.metlife.com
Sector: Financial Services
Industry: Insurance - Life
Full Time Employees: 49,000

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  • Hand curated content from selected articles, interviews, case studies, and success stories (representing dozens of hours of research)
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  • Insights gleaned from technology related job descriptions
  • Important excerpts and highlights from the Annual Report (10-K)

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METLIFE EXECUTIVE LEADERSHIP

NAME TITLE COMPANY EMAIL
Esther Lee Executive Vice President, Global Chief Marketing Officer MetLife *****@metlife.com
John D. McCallion Executive Vice President, CFO & Treasurer (interim) MetLife *****@metlife.com
Kishore Ponnavolu President, Asia MetLife *****@metlife.com
Marlene Debel Executive Vice President and Chief Risk Officer MetLife *****@metlife.com
Michel A. Khalaf President and CEO MetLife *****@metlife.com
Oscar Schmidt President of Latin America MetLife *****@metlife.com
Ramy Tadros President, U.S. Business MetLife *****@metlife.com
Stephen W. Gauster Executive Vice President and General Counsel MetLife *****@metlife.com
Steven J. Goulart Executive Vice President and Chief Investment Officer, MetLife, Inc., and President, MetLife Investment Management MetLife *****@metlife.com
Susan Podlogar Executive Vice President and Chief Human Resources Officer MetLife *****@metlife.com




METLIFE BOARD OF DIRECTORS

NAME TITLE COMPANY EMAIL
Carlos M. Gutierrez Co-Chair, The Albright Stonebridge Group. Director of Viridis Learning, Inc., PwC (United States), and Occidental Petroleum Corporation MetLife *****@metlife.com
Catherine R. Kinney Former President and Co-COO, New York Stock Exchange, Inc. Director of MSCI Inc., QTS Realty Trust, Inc., and SolarWinds Corporation MetLife *****@metlife.com
Cheryl W. Grisé Director of PulteGroup, Inc. and ICF International MetLife *****@metlife.com
David L. Herzog Former CFO and EVP of American International Group. Director Ambac Financial Group, Inc. and DXC Technology Company MetLife *****@metlife.com
Denise M. Morrison Former President and CEO, Campbell Soup Company. Director of Visa, Inc. and Quest Diagnostics Inc. MetLife *****@metlife.com
Diana McKenzie Former Chief Information Officer at Workday, Inc. MetLife *****@metlife.com
Edward J. Kelly III Former Chairman, Institutional Clients Group, Citigroup Inc. Director of Citizens Financial Group MetLife *****@metlife.com
Gerald L. Hassell Former Chairman of the Board and CEO, BNY Mellon. Director of Comcast Corporation MetLife *****@metlife.com
James M. Kilts Founding Partner, Centerview Capital. Director of Pfizer Inc. and Unifi, Inc. and Chairman of The Simply Good Foods Company MetLife *****@metlife.com
Michel A. Khalaf President and CEO, MetLife, Inc. MetLife *****@metlife.com
R. Glenn Hubbard Chairman of the Board. Director of Automatic Data Processing, Inc. and BlackRock Closed-End Funds MetLife *****@metlife.com
William E. Kennard Former U.S. Ambassador to the European Union. Director of Duke Energy Corporation, AT&T Inc., and Ford Motor Company MetLife *****@metlife.com

 

7 KEYS TO OPEN DOORS AT METLIFE

Nine Tech Startups Vie for Partnerships & Scale in MetLife’s Intensive 13-week Business ‘Boot Camp’

  • MetLife announced its second class of nine companies selected to participate in the MetLife Digital Accelerator powered by Techstars®.
  • Based in the newly built met.X incubator on MetLife’s Global Technology Campus in Cary, North Carolina, the accelerator connects startups with MetLife leaders and Techstars mentors for an intensive 13-week program focused on fast-tracking technologies with the potential to transform the insurance industry.
  • “If a solution can improve our customer experience and tackle real business challenges or opportunities, we then look to supersize it. The result is a positive collision of industrial scale and innovation speed. And for a company like MetLife, scale matters, as it's a key differentiator for us.” – Greg Baxter, MetLife Chief Digital Officer


MetLife to sell Hong Kong insurance business to FWD

  • U.S. insurer MetLife Inc will sell its Hong Kong operations to FWD, the insurance company owned by tycoon Richard Li.
  • The deal is the latest in a series of acquisitions FWD has made in the region, and comes after MetLife shelved an earlier attempt to sell its Hong Kong business worth over $500 million to a mainland Chinese buyer who failed to meet funding commitments.


MetLife Looks to Utilize Blockchain

  • MetLifeMET, the largest player in a $2.7 trillion life insurance industry, recently announced a trial run of a completely revamped claims process.
  • Blockchain, the technology underpinning cryptocurrency, will be utilized by MetLife in this significant procedural change.
  • The company may be using the Ethereum blockchain to redo its life insurance claims network. This project is being run by and was developed at MetLife’s incubator LumenLab in Singapore. LumenLab is partnering with Singapore Press Holdings and NTUC Income for the trial run.


MetLife CIO on Blockchain

  • According to Zia Zaman, CIO of MetLife Asia and CEO of LumenLab, it was important to utilize blockchain technology for three key reasons. First, he said “We think there are benefits from a security point of view”.
  • Second, he noted that there is a lot that they can learn from DLT from experimenting with it, as opposed to a traditional database. Specifically, he noted that “If you try technology that has been around for twenty years you’re not going to learn as much as if you try it with a decentralized system like DLT, and that’s advantageous because we are realizing that there is a lower cost of implementation for this system versus the other way.”
  • The third reason, and perhaps the most important, is that DLT systems are built for multiparty participation. “As a data provider, if you use DLT, it is much easier to add another node.”


Patrik Ringstroem to Join MetLife as Chief Strategy Officer

  • MetLife, Inc. (MET) announced that Patrik Ringstroem will join the company in July as Chief Strategy Officer, reporting to President and CEO Michel Khalaf.
  • Ringstroem will lead the team responsible for MetLife’s global strategy to help drive top- and bottom-line financial performance.
  • He succeeds Rebecca Tadikonda, now head of strategic growth markets for the company’s Asia region.


MetLife Investment Management names Global Head of the Institutional Client Group

  • Matthew Mosca was named Senior Managing Director and Global Head of the Institutional Client Group at MetLife Investment Management.
  • Mr. Mosca replaces David Rothenberg.
  • Mr. Mosca is responsible for MetLife Investment Management's institutional client strategy globally. He will also oversee client relationship management and consultant relations.


Metlife appoints Ramy Tadros President of U.S. business

  • Metlife Inc said Chief Risk Officer Ramy Tadros will succeed Michel Khalaf as President of the insurer’s U.S. business.
  • Tadros, who joined in September 2017, will be replaced by Marlene Debel, who currently serves as the Executive Vice President and Head of Retirement & Income Solutions (RIS).
  • Graham Cox, Executive Vice President of Global Risk Management (GRM), will succeed Debel.
  • Khalaf will move on to become Metlife’s new Chief Executive Officer later this year. He will replace Steven Kandarian.