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MetLife is committed to delivering long-term value for all our stakeholders as we navigate a time of unprecedented change together. MetLife also includes our institutional asset management business, MetLife Investment Management (MIM), which manages MetLife’s general account portfolio. MIM aims to deliver risk-adjusted returns for our investors by building tailored portfolio solutions that encompass environmental, social, and governance (ESG) criteria.

Learn more about MetLife Investment Management (MIM)

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Total assets under management
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Third-Party AUM By Client Type

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

Mandates by Client Type

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

Responsible investments

MIM has a long history of responsible investing. We define responsible investments as investments that achieve both a market financial return and promote social and/or environmental benefits. MIM's responsible investments focus on the following core areas:

  • Affordable housing
  • Impact investing (financial inclusion)
  • Green investing (green buildings and renewable energy projects)
  • Infrastructure
  • Municipal bonds

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.

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