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MET Metlife

MetLife, Inc., through its subsidiaries and affiliates ('MetLife'), is one of the world's leading financial services companies, providing insurance, annuities, employee benefits and asset management to help its individual and institutional customers navigate their changing world. Founded in 1868, MetLife has operations in more than 40 markets globally and holds leading positions in the United States, Japan, Latin America, Asia, Europe and the Middle East.

Company profile

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MET, MET-PA, MET-PE, MET-PF
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CEO
Michel Khalaf
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Fiscal year end
Industry (SIC)
SEC CIK
Subsidiaries
150 NORTH RIVERSIDE PE MEMBER, LLC • 23RD STREET INVESTMENTS, INC. • 500 GRANT STREET ASSOCIATES LIMITED PARTNERSHIP • 500 GRANT STREET GP LLC • 1001 PROPERTIES, LLC • 1201 TAB MANAGER, LLC • 1925 WJC OWNER, LLC • 6104 HOLLYWOOD, LLC • 10700 WILSHIRE, LLC • AFP GENESIS ADMINISTRADORA DE FONDOS Y FIDECOMISOS S.A. ...
IRS number
134075851

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5 Aug 21
16 Oct 21
31 Dec 21
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Financial data from Metlife earnings reports.

Date Owner Security Transaction Code Indirect 10b5-1 $Price #Shares $Value #Remaining
1 Oct 21 Weinberger Mark A Common Stock Grant Acquire A No No 62.52 600 37.51K 7,720
1 Oct 21 Hubbard Robert Glenn Common Stock Grant Acquire A No No 62.52 1,100 68.77K 75,242
1 Oct 21 Morrison Denise M Common Stock Grant Acquire A No No 62.52 600 37.51K 23,630
1 Oct 21 Kelly Edward J Iii Common Stock Grant Acquire A No No 62.52 600 37.51K 24,963
1 Oct 21 Kinney Catherine R Common Stock Grant Acquire A No No 62.52 600 37.51K 52,368

Data for the last complete 13F reporting period. To see the most recent changes to ownership, click the ownership history button above.

89.6% owned by funds/institutions
13F holders
Current Prev Q Change
Total holders 1075 1042 +3.2%
Opened positions 115 125 -8.0%
Closed positions 82 94 -12.8%
Increased positions 381 341 +11.7%
Reduced positions 404 413 -2.2%
13F shares
Current Prev Q Change
Total value 37.92B 47.2B -19.7%
Total shares 767.57M 789.42M -2.8%
Total puts 9.2M 10.31M -10.7%
Total calls 5.63M 7.52M -25.1%
Total put/call ratio 1.6 1.4 +19.2%
Largest owners
Shares Value Change
Board Of Directors Of Metlife 133.8M $0 -1.1%
BLK Blackrock 71.06M $4.25B +8.9%
Dodge & Cox 61.53M $3.68B -4.6%
Vanguard 58.53M $3.5B -0.4%
Wellington Management 41.01M $2.45B -2.0%
TROW T. Rowe Price 38.89M $2.33B -8.6%
STT State Street 37.04M $2.22B +0.6%
FMR 15.35M $918.47M -38.3%
RY Royal Bank Of Canada 12.14M $726.85M -1.1%
Geode Capital Management 11.97M $714.42M +2.5%
Largest transactions
Shares Bought/sold Change
FMR 15.35M -9.51M -38.3%
BEN Franklin Resources 8.83M -7.1M -44.6%
BLK Blackrock 71.06M +5.8M +8.9%
Viking Global Investors 0 -3.99M EXIT
TROW T. Rowe Price 38.89M -3.67M -8.6%
BCS Barclays 7.79M +3.12M +66.9%
Dodge & Cox 61.53M -2.98M -4.6%
Amundi 2.51M +2.51M NEW
Ubs Global Asset Management Americas 3.34M -1.91M -36.4%
Amundi Pioneer Asset Management 0 -1.61M EXIT

Financial report summary

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Risks
  • We May Face Difficult Economic Conditions
  • Obligor and Counterparty Risks
  • Currency Exchange Rate Risks
  • Terrorism and Security Risks
  • We May Not Meet Our Liquidity Needs, Access Capital, or May Face Significantly Increased Cost of Capital Due to Adverse Capital and Credit Market Conditions
  • We May Be Unable to Access Our Credit Facility, Reducing Our Liquidity and Leading to Downgrades in Our Credit and Financial Strength Ratings
  • We May Lose Business Due to a Downgrade or a Potential Downgrade in Our Financial Strength or Credit Ratings
  • We May Not Find Available, Affordable or Adequate Reinsurance to Protect Us Against Losses
  • Our Statutory Life Insurance Reserve Financings Costs May Increase, and We May Find Limited Market Capacity for New Financings
  • Changes in Laws or Regulation, or in Supervisory and Enforcement Policies, May Reduce Our Profitability, Limit Our Growth, or Otherwise Adversely Affect Us
  • Governments or Others May Increase our Taxes by Changing or Re-Interpreting Tax Laws, Making Some of Our Products Less Attractive to Consumers
  • We May Face Increasing Litigation and Regulatory Investigations
  • We May Face Changes to Interest Rates, the Value of our Financial Instruments, the Competitiveness of our Products, the Performance of our Investments, and our Relationships Due to LIBOR’s Termination and the Uncertainties in Our transition to Alternative Reference Rates
  • Our Efforts to Meet Environmental, Social, and Governance Standards and to Enhance the Sustainability of our Businesses May Not Meet Investors' or Regulators' Expectations
  • We May not be Able to Pay Dividends or Repurchase Our Stock Due to Legal and Regulatory Restrictions or Cash Buffer Needs
  • Our Subsidiaries May be Unable to Pay Dividends, a Major Component of Holding Company Free Cash Flow
  • We May Face Defaults, Downgrades, Volatility or Other Events That Adversely Affect the Investments We Hold
  • We May Have Difficulty Selling Holdings in Our Investment Portfolio or in Our Securities Lending Program in a Timely Manner to Realize Their Full Value
  • We May Have to Pledge Collateral or Make Payments in Derivatives Transactions
  • We May Change Our Securities and Investments Valuation, or Take Allowances and Impairments on Our Investments, or Change Our Methodologies, Estimations, and Assumptions
  • Our Actual Claims or Other Results May Differ From Our Estimates, Assumptions, or Models
  • We May Face a Variety of Political, Legal, Operational, Economic and Other Risks Globally
  • We May Face Competition for Business
  • We May Face Technological Changes That Present New and Intensified Challenges
  • We May Face Catastrophes That Affect Liabilities for Policyholder Claims and Reinsurance Availability
  • We May Face Direct or Indirect Effects of Climate Change or Responses to It
  • We May Need to Fund Deficiencies in Our Closed Block, and May Not Re-Allocate Closed Block Assets
  • We May Be Required to Recognize an Impairment of Our Goodwill or Other Long-Lived Assets or to Establish a Valuation Allowance Against Our Deferred Income Tax Assets
  • We May Be Required to Accelerate the Amortization of or Impair DAC, DSI, VOBA or VOCRA
  • We May Face Volatility, Higher Risk Management Costs, and Increased Counterparty Risk Due to Guarantees Within Certain of Our Products
  • Our Risk Management Policies and Procedures, or Our Models, May Leave Us Exposed to Unidentified or Unanticipated Risk
  • Our Policies and Procedures May Be Insufficient to Protect Us From Operational Risks
  • We May Fail to Protect Confidential Information Due to a Failure in Our Cybersecurity or Other Information Security Systems or Our Disaster Recovery Plans or Those of Our Vendors
  • We May Face Changes in Accounting Standards
  • Our Associates May Take Excessive Risks
  • We May Have Difficulty in or Complications from Marketing and Distributing Our Products
  • We May Change Our Pension and Other Postretirement Benefit Plans Assumptions
  • We May be Unable to Protect Our Intellectual Property and May Face Infringement Claims
  • We May Face Difficulties, Unforeseen Liabilities, Asset Impairments or Rating Actions from Business Acquisitions or Integrating and Managing Growth of Such Businesses, Dispositions of Businesses, or Legal Entity Reorganizations
  • We May Face Risks Related to Our Separation from and Continuing Relationship with Brighthouse
  • MetLife, Inc.’s Board of Directors May Influence the Outcome of Stockholder Votes on Matters Due to the Voting Provisions of the MetLife Policyholder Trust
  • State or Federal Laws, or MetLife, Inc.’s Certificate of Incorporation and By-Laws, May Delay, Deter or Prevent Takeovers and Business Combinations
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