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Metlife hires new head of product for UK employee benefits

MetLife has hired Sue Elliott as head of product for UK employee benefits from Just Retirement.

Elliott was Just Retirement head of care solutions and helped launch the provider into UK long-term care market.

She previously worked as a consulting actuary at Towers Watson for eight years, where she led the UK actuarial healthcare team. She has also worked with M&G Re and Swiss Re in the UK and Canada.

Elliott is a fellow of the Institute of Actuaries in the US, Canada and UK.

MetLife UK product director Darryl Pye says: “MetLife has an ambitious growth strategy in the UK employee benefits market based on continued innovation and enhanced service capability. Sue’s extensive experience and expertise in the market will be a major asset in delivering that strategy.”



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