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metlife Investor Day 2008 Overview

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  • 1. 08 © UFS C. Robert Henrikson Chairman, President & Chief Executive Officer
  • 2. We are Big, Strong, and Trusted 2
  • 3. Protecting Our Strength • Reduced our securities lending program 3
  • 4. Protecting Our Strength • Reduced our securities lending program • Raised capital of $2.3 billion 4
  • 5. Protecting Our Strength • Reduced our securities lending program • Raised capital of $2.3 billion • Continued to hedge our guarantees 5
  • 6. Protecting Our Strength • Reduced our securities lending program • Raised capital of $2.3 billion • Continued to hedge our guarantees • Affirmed rating agency strength and outlook 6
  • 7. Well Positioned Balance Sheet • High quality investment portfolio – Defensively structured – Carefully underwritten • Substantial capital – To deliver on our promises – A platform for growth 7
  • 8. Growing Our Franchise through a Flight to Quality Total Company Revenue1 ($ Billions) $35 2 AGR 8.9% C $30 $25 $20 $15 $10 $5 $0 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008E 1Premiums,Fees & Other Revenues. 2Calculated using 2008E mid-point. See Appendix for non-GAAP financial information definitions and/or reconciliations. 8
  • 9. Institutional: Unique Franchise with Strong Relationships 2007 In-force Premiums & Equivalents ($ Billions) • 60,000 companies $15 • Over 90 of Fortune 100 $12 • Reach 40 million employees $9 $6 $3 $0 MetLife A B C D E F G H I Life Dental Disability LTC A&H Source: Life excluding COLI & BOLI (LIMRA), Disability (LIMRA), Dental (MetLife Research), Long-Term Care (MetLife Research), Auto & Home (MetLife Research). See Appendix for non-GAAP financial information definitions and/or reconciliations. 9
  • 10. U.S. Variable Annuities – A Market Leader 3Q08 YTD Sales ($ Billions) $15 $10 $5 $0 A MetLife B C D E F G H I J Source: VARDS. See Appendix for non-GAAP financial information definitions and/or reconciliations. 10
  • 11. International – Growing into a Global Company Revenue1 ($ Billions) $5 2 R CAG $4 % 22.5 $3 $2 $1 $0 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008E 1Premiums, Fees & Other Revenues. 2Calculated using 2008E mid-point. 11
  • 12. Operational Excellence • Building a better and more profitable MetLife • At least $400 million of run-rate expense savings expected by 2010 – $150 million already captured as of 4Q08 – Additional savings driven by: • Business initiatives • Technology initiatives 12
  • 13. Operational Excellence • Improving effectiveness and efficiency of technology portfolio – Sharing expertise and systems across MetLife – Using new technology to reduce infrastructure costs – Working with strategic vendors to leverage competencies while reducing costs • Substantially reducing costs, while investing more in application development to further drive customer value 13
  • 14. Summary • Our capital position is strong • Our investment portfolio is defensively positioned • We have tremendous growth opportunities • We continue to benefit from the flight to quality 14
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