While its name evolved from “metropolitan,” MetLife’s policies are found in villages, towns, and huge cities around the world. Operating through its Metropolitan Life Insurance subsidiary, MetLife is the largest life insurer in the US. Its Insurance Products segment includes all of its group and individual life insurance and non-medical health insurance products (dental, disability, illness). Its Retirement Products segment includes annuity products. MetLife’s Auto & Home segment works through subsidiary Metropolitan Property and Casualty. MetLife is a big player in Japan, and growing in more than 50 other countries, especially in Latin America. MetLife plans to split off much of its US life business.