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Metlife Inc   (MET)
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Metlife Inc 's Customers Performance

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MET's Source of Revenues Metlife Inc 's Customers have recorded an advance in their cost of revenue by 7.46 % in the 3 quarter 2022 year on year, sequentially costs of revenue grew by 0.53 %, for the same period Metlife Inc recorded revenue increase by 31.74 % year on year, sequentially revenue grew by 43.16 %.

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Metlife Inc 's Customers have recorded an advance in their cost of revenue by 7.46 % in the 3 quarter 2022 year on year, sequentially costs of revenue grew by 0.53 %, for the same period Metlife Inc recorded revenue increase by 31.74 % year on year, sequentially revenue grew by 43.16 %.

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Customers Net Income fell in Q3 by Customers Net margin fell to %
-88.5 % 0.79 %



Metlife Inc 's Customers, Q3 2022 Revenue Growth By Industry
Customers in Iron & Steel Industry      17.84 %
Customers in Miscellaneous Fabricated Products Industry -1.06 %   
Customers in Auto & Truck Parts Industry      18.67 %
Customers in Accident & Health Insurance Industry      2.08 %
Customers in Life Insurance Industry -3.35 %   
Customers in Insurance Brokerage Industry      1.32 %
Customers in Property & Casualty Insurance Industry      12.38 %
Customers in Commercial Banks Industry -2.09 %   
Customers in Blank Checks Industry    
Customers in Biotechnology & Pharmaceuticals Industry      24.37 %
Customers in Healthcare Facilities Industry      8.92 %
Customers in Special Transportation Services Industry      10.67 %
     
• Customers Valuation • Customers Mgmt. Effect.


Metlife Inc 's Comment on Sales, Marketing and Customers



In the Americas, excluding Latin America, we market our products and services through various distribution channels. Our retail life, disability and annuities products targeted to individuals are sold via sales forces, comprised of MetLife employees, as well as third-party organizations. Our group and corporate benefit funding products are sold via sales forces primarily comprised of MetLife employees. Personal lines property & casualty insurance products are directly marketed to employees at their employer’s worksite. Personal lines property & casualty insurance products are also marketed and sold to individuals by independent agents, property & casualty specialists through a direct marketing channel, and via sales forces comprised of MetLife employees. MetLife sales employees work with all distribution channels to better reach and service customers, brokers, consultants and other intermediaries.

In Asia, Latin America, and EMEA, we market our products and services through a multi-distribution strategy which varies by geographic region and stage of market development. The various distribution channels include: career agency, bancassurance, direct marketing, brokerage, other third-party distribution, and e-commerce. In developing countries, the career agency channel covers the needs of the emerging middle class with primarily traditional products (e.g., whole life, term, endowment and accident & health). In more developed and mature markets, career agents, while continuing to serve their existing customers to keep pace with their developing financial needs, also target upper middle class and mass affluent customer bases with a more sophisticated product set including more investment-sensitive products, such as universal life insurance, unit-linked life insurance, mutual funds and single premium deposit insurance. In the bancassurance channel, we leverage partnerships that span all regions and have developed extensive and far reaching capabilities in all regions. Our direct marketing operations, the largest of which is in Japan, deploy both broadcast marketing approaches (e.g. direct response TV, web-based lead generation) and traditional direct marketing techniques such as inbound and outbound telemarketing.


Metlife Inc 's Comment on Sales, Marketing and Customers


In the Americas, excluding Latin America, we market our products and services through various distribution channels. Our retail life, disability and annuities products targeted to individuals are sold via sales forces, comprised of MetLife employees, as well as third-party organizations. Our group and corporate benefit funding products are sold via sales forces primarily comprised of MetLife employees. Personal lines property & casualty insurance products are directly marketed to employees at their employer’s worksite. Personal lines property & casualty insurance products are also marketed and sold to individuals by independent agents, property & casualty specialists through a direct marketing channel, and via sales forces comprised of MetLife employees. MetLife sales employees work with all distribution channels to better reach and service customers, brokers, consultants and other intermediaries.

In Asia, Latin America, and EMEA, we market our products and services through a multi-distribution strategy which varies by geographic region and stage of market development. The various distribution channels include: career agency, bancassurance, direct marketing, brokerage, other third-party distribution, and e-commerce. In developing countries, the career agency channel covers the needs of the emerging middle class with primarily traditional products (e.g., whole life, term, endowment and accident & health). In more developed and mature markets, career agents, while continuing to serve their existing customers to keep pace with their developing financial needs, also target upper middle class and mass affluent customer bases with a more sophisticated product set including more investment-sensitive products, such as universal life insurance, unit-linked life insurance, mutual funds and single premium deposit insurance. In the bancassurance channel, we leverage partnerships that span all regions and have developed extensive and far reaching capabilities in all regions. Our direct marketing operations, the largest of which is in Japan, deploy both broadcast marketing approaches (e.g. direct response TV, web-based lead generation) and traditional direct marketing techniques such as inbound and outbound telemarketing.








MET's vs. Customers, Data

(Revenue and Income for Trailing 12 Months, in Millions of $, except Employees)



COMPANY NAME MARKET CAP REVENUES INCOME EMPLOYEES
Metlife Inc 57,565.74 73,671.00 2,423.00 49,000
Assured Guaranty ltd 3,781.56 694.00 337.00 300
Arthur J Gallagher and Co 41,820.08 16,861.30 1,101.40 32,401
Amerisafe Inc 1,081.40 293.36 38.37 449
Brown and Brown Inc 16,678.09 3,410.47 628.32 7,807
Capital Financial Holdings, Inc. 0.34 14.56 -0.41 20
Crawford and Co 227.62 1,191.97 23.70 8,941
Corvel Corporation 3,182.46 704.48 67.83 3,508
Employers Holdings Inc 1,189.38 691.50 56.00 716
Erie Indemnity Company 12,776.54 2,806.89 298.20 4,800
Gwg Holdings Inc 60.00 30.77 -315.84 50
Ladenburg Thalmann Financial Services Inc 501.31 1,469.30 22.73 1,307
Primerica Inc 6,140.96 2,757.29 270.64 1,764
Sundance Strategies Inc 57.97 0.00 -2.96 3
Truist Financial Corporation 66,407.65 22,495.00 6,254.00 59,000
Atlas Air Worldwide Holdings Inc 3,482.23 4,504.68 406.61 1,724
Arch Capital Group Ltd 23,230.89 8,855.91 1,243.31 2,030
Accuride Corp 0.00 0.00 0.00 2,290
Aspen Insurance Holdings Limited 0.00 2,628.90 29.80 0
American International Group Inc 46,653.51 58,938.00 15,195.00 46,000
Amerinst Insurance Group Ltd 0.00 2.49 -1.94 22
Aon Plc 67,834.28 12,446.00 2,853.00 50,000
Aspira Women s Health Inc 63.83 7.88 -31.03 1,433
American Axle and Manufacturing Holdings Inc 1,141.91 5,644.80 4.10 13,050
Axis Capital Holdings Ltd 5,151.56 5,081.01 379.48 1,225
Blue Capital Reinsurance Holdings Ltd. 62.26 35.40 -28.60 1
Berkshire Hathaway Inc 498,855.52 295,722.00 -481.00 0
Countrywide Financial Corporation 0.00 0.00 0.00 0
Cigna Corporation 88,752.66 180,453.00 6,681.00 73,700
Cooper standard Holdings Inc 302.95 2,477.40 -233.90 29,000
Dana Inc 2,709.54 9,874.00 -104.00 22,600
Dana Corporation 0.00 0.00 0.00 0
Emc Insurance Group Inc. 780.35 721.85 32.42 1
Endurance Specialty Holdings Ltd. 0.00 2,538.71 282.89 1,154
Enerpulse Technologies, Inc. 0.00 0.00 0.00 8
Enstar Group Ltd 4,049.14 -1,087.82 -1,182.60 1,327
Essent Group Ltd 4,606.90 1,027.70 864.97 366
Fuel Systems Solutions, Inc. 0.00 0.00 0.00 1,300
Global Indemnity Group Llc 421.68 662.05 21.99 460
Greenkraft, Inc. 3.68 1.01 -0.23 18
Greenlight Capital Re Ltd 313.05 545.55 79.04 30
Genworth Financial Inc 2,743.12 7,348.00 729.00 5,300
Horizon Global Corp 48.71 675.32 -91.22 2,700
Loews Corp 15,060.74 13,818.00 1,170.00 12,200
Maiden Holdings Ltd 214.42 73.48 67.47 204
Markel Corporation 25,299.11 11,222.69 64.28 10,600
Marsh and Mclennan Companies Inc 87,511.94 20,887.00 3,423.00 76,000
Meritor Inc. 2,620.70 4,295.00 264.00 8,400
Enpro Industries Inc 2,470.63 1,222.90 179.70 5,000
Omnitek Engineering Corp 0.00 1.07 -0.08 11
Oxbridge Re Holdings Limited 14.51 -6.89 -9.50 2
Partnerre Ltd 0.00 7,399.54 702.17 0
Everest Reinsurance Holdings Inc. 13,634.80 11,187.75 709.20 1,603
Regions Financial Corporation 22,442.50 6,579.00 4,445.00 19,786
Reinsurance Group Of America Incorporated 9,879.68 16,242.00 577.00 2,201
Rli Corp 6,106.84 1,660.76 580.86 902
Renaissancere Holdings Ltd 9,122.47 4,423.71 -1,564.87 376
Safeco Corporation 0.00 0.00 0.00 0
Siriuspoint Ltd 1,205.62 1,830.00 -462.30 0
Superior Industries International Inc 5.86 1,606.09 16.68 3,050
Titan International Inc 1,002.18 2,147.29 164.50 600
Unum Group 8,585.26 11,964.40 1,194.30 10,300
Validus Holdings Ltd 1,739.39 2,816.65 -477.78 876
Wabco Holdings Inc 7,013.48 3,234.20 198.90 12,429
Alleghany Corp 11,411.19 11,799.42 810.84 3,135
Cvs Health Corporation 112,945.35 315,225.00 3,161.00 290,000
Davita Inc 7,907.40 11,636.97 904.46 67,000
Express Scripts Holding Co. 52,360.34 100,179.10 4,607.30 29,500
Fresenius Medical Care Ag and Co Kgaa 5,589.39 19,732.93 1,365.31 0
Hi crush Inc 16.24 622.87 -554.27 0
Heartland Media Acquisition Corp 198.24 0.00 -88.32 0
The Kroger Co 32,178.18 130,788.00 1,923.00 435,000
Tenet Healthcare Corp 6,000.43 19,040.00 1,146.00 108,000
WINN-DIXIE STORES, INC. 0.00 0.00 0.00 0
SUBTOTAL 1,347,650.00 1,384,153.68 59,944.90 1,473,980
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