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CHAPTER 3

Value Creation

3 min read June 17, 2020
Value Creation

Our institutional investment management business, MIM, seeks to deliver solutions that manage risk and create sustainable, long-term investment returns for clients, including MetLife.

At MetLife, our customers come first, which means that we must strive at all times to deliver on our promises several decades into the future. Our investments, accordingly, help us keep the financial promises we’ve made to our customers all over the world and fulfill our purpose of building a confident future for everyone. That’s why we seek out investments that are diverse and offer competitive, risk-adjusted returns. That includes evaluating all material risks, including ESG factors (environmental, social, and governance). In fact, our ESG integration efforts are applied broadly across all asset classes.

Total assets under management
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Institutional client assets under management1

INSTITUTIONAL CLIENT AUM (IN BILLIONS)

Insurance/Financial
70.9$
Sub-Advisory
29.8$
Corporate
21.9$
Public
10.5$
Commingled Fund
7.6$
Other
1.9%

MANDATES PROFILE

Insurance/Financial - 36%
Corporate - 20%
Sub-Advisory - 17%
Public - 16%
Other - 7%
Commingled Fund - 4%

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1 As of December 31, 2019. At estimated fair value. Dollars in billions. See Explanatory Note.

2 Includes commercial, agricultural, and residential mortgage loans contained in MetLife’s general account (adjusted as described in the Explanatory Note), separate accounts, and nonproprietary assets of unaffiliated/third-party clients.

3 Includes cash equivalents.

4 Includes real estate and real estate joint ventures contained in MetLife’s general account (adjusted as described in the Explanatory Note), separate accounts, and nonproprietary assets of unaffiliated/third-party clients.

5 Includes limited partnerships, collective trusts, mutual funds registered under the Investment Company Act, and other vehicles offered or available to qualifying investors, including third parties and affiliates.

6 Includes nonprofit clients, Taft-Hartley pension fund clients, and asset manager clients.