METLIFE INVESTMENT MANAGEMENT NAMED A BEST PLACE TO WORK IN MONEY MANAGEMENT FOR SECOND CONSECUTIVE YEAR
WHIPPANY, N.J., December 12, 2022
MetLife Investment Management (MIM), the institutional asset management business of MetLife, Inc. (NYSE: MET), today announced it has been named a “2022 Best Place to Work in Money Management” by Pensions & Investments. This marks MIM’s second consecutive year on the list.
“We are grateful for this continued recognition, which reflects the effort and dedication of the entire MIM team,” said Steven J. Goulart, president of MetLife Investment Management and chief investment officer of MetLife, Inc. “MIM’s culture of collaboration, inclusivity, and commitment to our clients is without a doubt a product of our talented team of truly dedicated professionals.”
Pensions & Investments partnered with Best Companies Group, an independent research firm specializing in identifying great places to work, to conduct a two-part survey of employers and their employees. To evaluate MIM for inclusion on the list, they took into account a range of the company's policies, programs and practices that are designed to attract, retain and reward employees.
MIM employees have access to a holistic wellness program that spans mental, physical, social and financial well-being; a comprehensive offering of benefits geared toward health and wellness, financial protection and retirement savings; as well as company-wide programs specifically designed to recognize and reward exemplary work and efforts on the part of employees. It continues to deepen investment in career development, training and education opportunities at all levels and promote specific programs that foster innovation and experimentation.
“MIM is proud to offer the resources necessary for strong employee engagement and success,” Goulart said. “In addition, we offer the flexibility necessary to navigate an increasingly digital environment, as well as a wide array of professional opportunities for our talented associates to achieve a multitude of career goals.”
MIM believes in the power of a diverse, equitable and inclusive workforce that feels valued, respected and heard. This belief extends to MetLife’s public 2030 DEI commitments, which include originating $1 billion in investments that advance firms owned by women, minorities and disabled persons, including $500 million to diverse alternative investment managers and $500 million to diverse real estate sponsors.
MIM’s Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Council and dynamic inclusion networks provide employees dedicated space to gather and share experiences effectively fostering a more inclusive culture. Externally, MIM partners with key organizations committed to growing opportunities for women and individuals from underrepresented backgrounds and communities, such as Girls Who Invest, McKinsey’s Management Accelerator and Black Executive Leadership Program and Women’s Bond Club.
For more information on the Pensions & Investments “2022 Best Places to Work in Money Management” list and methodology, visit www.pionline.com/BPTW2022.