MetLife Resources (MLR) is a division of Metropolitan Life Insurance Company that specializes in providing retirement plan products and other financial products and services to healthcare, educational, governmental and other nonprofit employers and their employees.
MetLife Resources serves plans with over $36.4 billion of retirement assets1, encompassing over 20,000 employer groups, MLR helps millions of employees plan and save for their retirement every day. As a leader in the industry, MLR understands how to design, implement and support benefit plans offering:
Funding options for ERISA and non-ERISA 403(b), 457b, and 401(a) plans
A flexible investment platform, including annuity and mutual fund options
Administrative support to plan sponsors with fiduciary and compliance responsibilities
Award-winning education and compliance programs
Personal attention from on-site Financial Services Representatives
A focus on meeting or exceeding three pillars of service for employers - plan participation, service quality and fiduciary support.
1 LIMRA Not-for-Profit Report; 2nd Quarter 2013. Assets under administration with Metropolitan Life Insurance Company through the MetLife Resources division.
Metropolitan Life Insurance Company (MLIC), New York, NY 10036. Securities products offered through MetLife Securities, Inc. (MSI)(member FINRA/SIPC), 1095 Avenue of the Americas, New York, NY 10036. MLIC and MSI are MetLife companies.
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