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Navigating life together with MetLife
On March 24th, 1868, a company dedicated to providing working-class Americans with financial protection opened its doors for business.
Since then, MetLife has helped generations of customers around the world protect their property, finances, family, and future.
But for us, it’s never been enough just to sell somebody an insurance policy.
We have always looked for ways to help people live better, healthier lives. From campaigning to eliminate tuberculosis, to providing basic health care for millions through our visiting nurse service through the early 1950s, to investing in agriculture, housing, infrastructure and businesses of all sizes, we have always been committed to creating value for the world at large.
Today, people’s needs are changing faster than ever, so our 49,000 employees in over 40 countries are working harder than ever to transform our business. We aim to help our customers and partners navigate whatever changes life may bring for the next 150 years.
MetLife Corporate Code of Conduct
MetLife and its family of companies are committed to providing the highest quality products and services through the integrity and ethical practices of its employees and business partners.
Any employee, customer, shareholder or other interested party aware of or with reason to believe a violation of practices exists involving the Company’s financial accounting, internal accounting controls or auditing matters, or suspects the existence of fraud or unethical behavior, should notify MetLife. The Company provides general procedures to communicate with its Corporate Ethics and Compliance Department. There are, in addition, procedures established by MetLife’s Audit Committee, Non-Management Directors and Board of Directors under which certain communications may be directed to them.
We are committed to driving a culture of innovation at MetLife to uncover new businesses and fundamentally reshape how the industry engages with its customers.
To do this, we are focused on identifying innovation ideas and technologies from outside our company — and even our industry — to reinvent our processes and services for our customers.
In 2017, MetLife created a $100 million fund, MetLife Digital Ventures, to invest in strategically-aligned, early- stage start-up companies in partnership with leading venture capital firms. Through direct investment in these companies, MetLife will acquire new capabilities and enhance our ability to innovate on solutions for our customers. The fund is in addition to existing partnerships with 16 leading venture capital firms, which provide MetLife access to a portfolio of top-tier investment opportunities among thousands of startups.
MetLife also launched the MetLife Digital Accelerator, powered by Techstars, which is a program to identify, invest and mentor early-stage startups around the world that are developing disruptive technologies in the industry. Once selected, startups are hosted at MetLife’s Global Technology Campus in Cary, North Carolina, for an intensive program to focus on the development and acceleration of the startups’ ideas. MetLife helps these companies develop and commercialize their ideas and be a catalyst for our own digital innovation.
MetLife also works with startups through LumenLab, MetLife Asia’s innovation center based in Singapore. Through its open innovation program, called “collab,” LumenLab works with entrepreneurs and insurtechs to scale their business with MetLife, while solving some of our biggest innovation challenges. To date, MetLife has awarded more than half a million U.S. dollars in contracts through collab in Asia. These business contracts led to the development of practical solutions to deliver value in MetLife’s customer experience and business.
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