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MetLife Assurance appoints Wayne Daniel as chief exec

MetLife Assurance has appointed Wayne Daniel as its new chief executive.

Daniel joined MetLife Assurance, which provides risk transfer solutions, in late 2011 as vice president. He succeeds Dan DeKeizer is now vice president of global employee benefits, MetLife.

Daniel joined from Credit Suisse, where he was managing director of longevity markets and prior to this he was senior vice president at Sun Life Financial.

MetLife Assurance chairman Robin Lienna says: “Wayne brings a unique combination of global leadership and business knowledge to MetLife Assurance.

“We are confident Wayne will continue to build on the tremendous growth achieved by Dan and his team, leading MetLife Assurance to become a preferred provider of pension risk transfer solutions in the UK and Ireland.”

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  1. And how much is his pay and benefits? Paul, you missed a trick.

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