MetLife Inc.

MetLife Inc.

Parent of New England Securities Inc.

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  • No. of reps producing $500K+ /year
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  • No. of full-time employees
  • No. of fee-based advisers served
  • Average payout per rep, per year
  • Avg. annual production of top 20% reps
  • Total payout, per year
  • Cost of E&O insurance per rep, per year
  • Affiliation fees charged per rep, per year
  • Affiliation fee coverage
  • Securities revenues
  • Securities revenues: Stocks
  • Securities revenues: Bonds
  • Securities revenues: ETFs
  • Securities revenues: Other
  • Mutual fund revenues
  • Annuities revenues
  • Annuities revenues: Fixed
  • Annuities revenues: Variable
  • Annuities revenues: Other
  • Insurance revenue
  • Insurance revenues: Life
  • Insurance revenues: Disabilities
  • Insurance revenues: LTC
  • Insurance revenues: Other
  • Alternative revenues
  • Alternative revenues: Hedge funds
  • Alternative revenues: Managed futures
  • Alternative revenues: Private placements
  • Alternative revenues: REITs
  • Alternative revenues: Other
  • Other commission revenues
  • Fee revenues: Rep-managed accounts
  • Fee revenues: Firm-managed accounts
  • Fee revenues: Outside-managed accounts
  • Fee revenues: Other
  • Fee-based assets: Clearing firm
  • Fee-based assets: Advisory firm platforms
  • Fee-based assets: Third-party money managers
  • Fee-based assets: Other
  • Is the firm, or an affiliate of the firm, registered as an investment adviser with the SEC?
  • Allows an adviser to have his/her own RIA
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  • Offers robo-advisory platform?
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  • How robo-platform developed
  • Charge for robo-advisory services?

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401(k) lawsuits get more complex

October 2, 2019 - Lawsuits targeting 401(k) plan sponsors increasingly involve issues that are complex and granular. It's a trend that's likely to continue as such litigation proliferates and one that some advisers and attorneys fear may leave employers paralyzed when...

Making a DC plan's nest egg last a lifetime

September 16, 2019 - For defined-benefit plan participants, pieces of the retirement income puzzle fit into place relatively easily. Once a regular paycheck ends, components of retiree income for DB plan participants include Social Security, income from assets a participant...

How a Venezuelan immigrant built a flourishing financial advisory firm

August 22, 2019 - Bellaria Jimenez was just 7 years old when her family left Venezuela for North Bergen, a New Jersey township just across the Hudson River from New York. Ms. Jimenez, who heads three MassMutual brokerage branches in New Jersey, remembers her parents planning...

Warning about insurance reserves at GE is relevant to all U.S. life insurers

August 16, 2019 - Harry Markopolos shocked General Electric Co. investors Thursday when he accused the industrial giant of needing $29 billion more in funds for its insurance business. While GE disputed the charges, his analysis underscored how sweeping accounting changes...

Ex-broker stole $100,000 from client, Galvin says

February 21, 2019 - A former Massachusetts investment adviser rep, Bruce Worthington, was charged with fraudulently misappropriating or taking close to $100,000 from a client's accounts starting in 2006, according to a complaint filed Thursday by the Secretary of the Commonwealth...

Finra bars ex-MML broker who sold $3.5 million of Woodbridge Ponzi

February 14, 2019 - The Financial Industry Regulatory Authority Inc. said Wednesday that it had barred a broker who sold close to $3.5 million of promissory notes relating to the Woodbridge Group of Companies, a purported real estate investment fund that turned out to be...

New York slaps MetLife with $19.75 million in penalties for heel-dragging

January 29, 2019 - MetLife Insurance Company will pay a $19.75 million penalty for violating New York insurance law by failing to properly locate and pay benefits to thousands of insureds and beneficiaries in the state. As part of a consent order with the state's Department...

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