Company Overview of Metropolitan Life Insurance Company
Metropolitan Life Insurance Company, together with its subsidiaries, operates as a life insurance company in the United States. It operates in 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 a range of mutual funds and other securities products, as well as variable and fixed annuities. The Group, Voluntary & Worksite Benefits segment provides group coverage products, such as dental, short- and long-term disability, and accidental death and dismemberment; and voluntary and worksite products and services comprising long-term care, prepaid...
200 Park Avenue
New York, NY 10166
Key Executives for Metropolitan Life Insurance Company
Chief Financial Officer and Executive Vice President
Chief Accounting Officer and Executive Vice President of Finance Operations
Managing Director and Head of Alternative Investments
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2013.
Metropolitan Life Insurance Company Key Developments
Metropolitan Life Insurance Company Presents at IMN's The 19th Annual ABS East 2013, Oct-06-2013 through Oct-08-2013
Sep 26 13
Metropolitan Life Insurance Company Presents at IMN's The 19th Annual ABS East 2013, Oct-06-2013 through Oct-08-2013. Venue: The Fontainebleau, Miami Beach, Florida, United States. Presentation Date & Speakers: Oct-07-2013, Nancy Mueller Handal, Managing Director.
Thomas A. Tully Sues Lorillard Tobacco Co, Georgia-Pacific LLC, Metropolitan Life Insurance Company and Union Carbide Corporation
Apr 2 13
The estate of former Dubuque mayor Thomas A. Tully filed a suit against Lorillard Tobacco Co. and 14 others for Tully, who died at the age of 69 in April 2010. The trial is set for Jan. 14, 2014, with an estimated length of two weeks. The executors of the estate are Joan Tully and her children, Thomas P. Tully and Maureen Lindecker. The elder Thomas Tully contracted mesothelioma, a common affliction for those who inhaled smoke from Kent Micronite cigarettes in the 1950s. Besides Lorillard, the petition names Georgia-Pacific LLC, Union Carbide Corporation and Metropolitan Life Insurance Company among the defendants, along with "various unknown John Does" to be named when identified. The estate alleges negligence, strict liability for manufacture and sale of defective products, breach of express and implied warranties of merchantability and fitness for intended purposes, conspiracy, fraud and loss of consortium. Among other claims, the Tullys say the companies failed to adequately test their products, and that, specifically, Metropolitan Life conspired with its insureds and other asbestos product manufacturers and distributors to suppress and distort information. The Tully family is asking for an unspecified amount of past and future damages. The defendants have until mid-April to designate between one and three people as liaison counsel who will coordinate motions and pre-trial matters.
Metropolitan Life Insurance Company Announces Availability of New, Expanded Dental Preferred Provider Organization (PPO) Network, PDP Plus
Jan 22 13
Metropolitan Life Insurance Company announced the availability of a new, expanded Dental Preferred Provider Organization (PPO) network, PDP Plus. The new network features more than 215,000 participating dentist access points and is MetLife's PPO network - offering access to more than 70% of dentist practice locations in the United States based on MetLife claims data. By offering more participating dentists and greater flexibility to employees, PDP Plus can help control overall plan costs and reduce participants' out-of-pocket costs. According to MetLife research, employees feel dental benefits are among their most valuable benefits--appealing to individuals of all ages and needs. PDP Plus is designed to drive strong effective discounts -- the robust mix of network discounts and in-network utilization that is the ultimate gauge of network performance.
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