MetLife made several senior leadership changes following the recent promotion of Michel Khalaf to president and CEO, spokeswoman Judi Mahaney confirmed.
Effective May 1, Ramy Tadros will replace Mr. Khalaf as president of MetLife's U.S. business, while Marlene Debel will succeed Mr. Tadros as the company's chief risk officer and Graham Cox, executive vice president, investment risk, model risk, operational risk, and governance and reporting within global risk management, will replace Ms. Debel as head of the retirement and income solutions business. The company has not yet named a replacement for Mr. Cox.
Mr. Tadros and Ms. Debel will both report to Mr. Khalaf. Mr. Tadros will continue to serve on the company's executive group, while Ms. Debel will join the executive group. Mr. Cox will report to Mr. Tadros.
MetLife Investment Management, the company's institutional money management arm, had $588 billion in assets under management as of Sept. 30.