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In his first year on the job, MetLife CEO Michel Khalaf led the 156-year-old insurer through a relatively stable period with few major natural disasters to dent its balance sheet. With revenue up just 2.5% year-over-year, the nearly $70 billion-in-revenue company dropped four spots on the Fortune 500. The insurer doesn’t expect the pandemic to have a significant impact on its financials this year; according to its forecasts, the modest addition of COVID-19-related accident and health claims will be counteracted by a decrease in dental and auto claims.
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