MetLife Inc. is reorganizing its business from a U.S./international business structure into three broad geographic regions to better reflect the company’s global reach. MetLife says it significantly grew its global footprint in 2010 through the $16.4 billion acquisition of Alico. The three new business regions, each of which will have its own president, are the Americas, EMEA (Europe, the Middle East and Africa) and Asia.

William J. Wheeler has been appointed president of the Americas division and remains a member of the executive group. Michel Khalaf has been appointed president of the EMEA division and becomes a new member of the executive group.

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