When did metlife demutualize?

Answer In 1998, MetLife's board of directors authorized demutualization. MetLife's initial public offering commenced in April 2000, when MetLife fully converted from a policy-holder owned company to a sha... Read More »

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Is a MetLife lifetime annuity insured if MetLife goes bankrupt?

Like all annuities, MetLife lifetime annuities are not insured by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation if MetLife goes bankrupt; instead, consumers receive protection from their State Guaranty... Read More »

When did MetLife go public?

MetLife, or Metropolitan Life Insurance Company, dates back to 1863. However, the company did not go public until 2000. MetLife first appeared on the stock market on April 4, 2000. At the time, its... Read More »

Can I use MetLife insurance in Mexico?

MetLife insurance is now available in Mexico. The MetLife insurance organization was established in Mexico in 1992 and is now the largest life insurance carrier there. Currently it is serving 9.9 m... Read More »

How Long Has MetLife Been in the LTC Business?

MetLife began offering its long-term care (LTC) insurance coverage in the 1980s. The insurance company was formed in 1868, and was among the first to offer LTC coverage. The company offers various ... Read More »