MetLife appoints two International Leaders to its Employee Benefits Business
With the combined experience of more than 25 years in the insurance industry, Lilia and Matthew will thus bring a wealth of local and international expertise to Metlife’s Employee Benefits business.

In order to enhance its offering to intermediary partners and the focused customer segments, MetLife, the leading life insurance company has appointed two international leaders to its Employee Benefits business. 

Lilia Mokhtari will join Metlife in the Gulf as Head of Multinational and Key Accounts. She is proficient in business development and management and has extensive experience for the same. Lilia has held many senior roles in her career in the past including the responsibility for business development in MEA, Global Underwriting and Marine P&C Underwriting.

Matthew Le Belenger has been appointed as Head of Sales for the UAE. Matthew will head up the team responsible for Employee Benefits sales with intermediary partners and clients in the UAE. He has a successful track record in Financial Services over the last 15 years working across different business groups in Asia & Australia including Group Insurance, Retail, Private Wealth and Advice.

With the combined experience of more than 25 years in the insurance industry, Lilia and Matthew will thus bring a wealth of local and international expertise to Metlife’s Employee Benefits business.

As the employee benefits industry grows rapidly with increasing customer expectations, MetLife continues to transform its business through enhancing its product portfolio in the Gulf where it is providing employee benefits for the last 65 years. 

Andrew Stocker, Head of Employee Benefits for MetLife Gulf said: “We are investing in and evolving the end-to-end journey for our customers, while also focused on delivering increased value to our intermediary partners. Lilia and Matthew add experienced leadership to MetLife’s team, bringing their diverse experiences and perspectives on the market.”  

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