MetLife sees $250M of incremental earnings by 2016 in Employee Benefits MetLife this morning in conference presentation slides said it expects $250M of incremental operating earnings by 2016 within its Global Employee Benefits business. MetLife listed sales growth to multinationals, developing a strong expatriate business, and local business growth as ways of achieving the earnings target. This story’s headline has been corrected to note that MetLife expects $250M of incremental operating earnings by 2016 within its Global Employee Benefits business only, not the company as a whole.
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