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Longevity Reinsurance

Leverage our expertise and capacity to reduce the longevity risk exposure associated with your UK based pension liabilities.

Build security around your future obligations

  • Mitigate overall pension risk for your firm and your clients
  • Lock in bespoke solutions tailored to your needs
  • Increase your capacity and capital efficiency while reducing earnings volatility due to changing life expectancy

Why choose MetLife?

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Financial Strength

Our financial strength ratings are among the highest in the industry. See how the top financial rating agencies have assessed our financial stability. Learn More

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Expertise at Your Side

Rely on our dedicated team of longevity reinsurance experts. Our actuarial, risk, legal and operational expertise enables us to customize the right solution for your unique needs.

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Collaborative

We’ll work with you to develop a straightforward and seamless reinsurance execution to maximize efficiency of the longevity risk transfer.

Group 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.

All guarantees are subject to the financial strength and claims paying ability of the issuing MetLife insurance company.

Any discussion of taxes is intended to be general in nature. The tax law is subject to change and to different interpretations. We do not provide tax or legal advice and are not responsible for the tax consequences of such arrangements; nor do we represent or guarantee that tax deferral of annuity payments until received can be achieved. Interested parties should consult with their own tax advisors to determine whether the desired tax treatment can be achieved and whether the taxation of such arrangements could be adversely impacted under federal tax laws, including Section 409A of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986, as amended.