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MetLife, Inc., has completed the mergers of its subsidiaries MetLife Insurance Company of Connecticut, MetLife Investors USA Insurance Company, MetLife Investors Insurance Company, and Exeter Reassurance Company Limited. The merged company has been renamed MetLife Insurance Company USA and is domiciled in Delaware. All necessary regulatory approvals have been received for these mergers.

In May 2013, MetLife announced that it would merge these subsidiaries to better position the company to comply with Dodd-Frank collateral requirements, proactively address regulatory issues surrounding the use of captive reinsurance companies, and improve the risk profile and transparency of MetLife’s U.S. variable annuity business. The company said that the decision was part of MetLife’s larger effort to de-risk its variable annuity business.

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