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MetLife has a long history of developing innovative solutions. Discover how we can help with your Pension Risk Transfer.
The MetLife enterprise has an over 150-year history of developing innovative solutions, so you can feel confident about partnering with us. We'll collaborate with you to identify a clear path to reducing pension risks during these uncertain times.
Settle a portion of a plan’s liabilities through an annuity buyout.
Settle your plan liabilities through an annuity buyout.
Buyout transactions can be made in cash or subject to any required regulatory approval by a transfer of assets-in-kind (AIK).
Our Full Risk Transfer solution offers:
AIK transfers benefit your company by:
Download our Assets-in-Kind Transfers Onesheet
Our commitment to you begins with our people. That’s why we support you with highly trained experts who are empowered to make a difference.
Seamless, first-rate service for employees
Global Customer Solutions Center to assist with benefit related matters
Access to MyBenefits — our self-service web portal for plan participants
Transfer your pension risk and keep your commitment to retirees
Pension benefit representatives provide the highest levels of service
Adherence to rigorous data security standards and processes
A large team specializing in pension risk transfers
Industry-leading knowledge, thought leadership and insights
Offering a spectrum of risk mitigating solutions customized to fit your needs
Since 1921, MetLife has worked with companies on their de-risking journey while providing retiree financial security.
Our financial strength ratings are among the highest in the industry. See how the top financial ranking agencies have rated our financial stability.
1Group annuity contracts can be issued by Metropolitan Life Insurance Company, 200 Park Ave. NY, NY 10166 or Metropolitan Tower Life Insurance Company, 5601 South 59th St., Lincoln, NE 68516. Like most group annuity contracts, MetLife group annuities contain certain limitations, exclusions and terms for keeping them in force. Ask a MetLife representative for costs and complete details.