As of March 6, 2017, MetLife is no longer selling new life insurance policies, disability insurance policies, or annuities through agents, or (at this time) online. But we’re committed to providing excellent service to our existing customers—please select an option below for more information.
We intend to separate part of our U.S. business from MetLife to become its own company, called Brighthouse Financial. As a separate company, Brighthouse Financial can have a greater focus on retail products for consumers and more flexibility in how it develops these products and operates.1 Learn more about Brighthouse Financial.
Certain policies will remain with MetLife and others will move to Brighthouse Financial. Either way these changes will have no impact on your policy. The same terms and conditions apply and the same premiums will need to be paid. Owners of active, paid-up individual life insurance policies will get an endorsement (a notice) if the name of the issuing company for their policy has changed.
If the insurance company which issued your policy has become a part of Brighthouse Financial, you should receive a notice in the mail explaining the change and any actions you might need to take.
You can contact your financial professional with any questions, or reach MetLife at the numbers below:
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Yes, if you have a Financial Services Representative, it will still be the same person, and you may continue to reach out to him or her regarding your policy or contract.
1 Annuities and life insurance are issued by Brighthouse Life Insurance Company, Charlotte, NC 28277 and in New York, only by Brighthouse Life Insurance Company of NY, New York, NY 10017 and not MetLife. MetLife, a registered service mark of Metropolitan Life Insurance Company, is used under license to Brighthouse Services, LLC and its affiliates.