MetLife Investment Management

MetLife Investment Management

MetLife Investment Management -- the institutional asset management business for MetLife, Inc. -- is a global fixed-income and real estate manager providing differentiated investment solutions to institutional investors worldwide. MetLife Investment Management provides institutional investors including corporate and government pension plans, insurance companies and other financial institutions with long-term public and private investment and financing solutions. The company leverages a disciplined credit research and underwriting process to provide institutional investors with asset origination and acquisition opportunities and proprietary risk management analytics across public fixed-income strategies, private placements, and commercial real estate debt and equity investing, among others.

Recognizing the impact of buildings on people and the environment, MetLife Investment Management works towards healthy, productive, efficient, and prosperous real estate. For more information on MetLife’s sustainability efforts, please visit the Corporate Responsibility page.

As a Better Buildings Challenge Partner, MetLife Investment Management is committed to meeting its energy reduction target of at least 20% by 2026 over its 53 million-square-foot portfolio. The company will work towards achieving this goal by continuing to implement environmental, social and governance (ESG) factors at the property level.

Currently, MetLife Investment Management measures energy consumption for more than 170 properties in ENERGY STAR® Portfolio Manager across a variety of property types. They will continue to collect data, set targets, and report on progress across its commercial real estate portfolio.

Additionally, MetLife Investment Management will drive energy efficiency improvements through effective action plans, improved building operations and maintenance, and risk management.

Challenge Commitment
53Million Square Feet
Energy Goals
20%Reduction in Energy Intensity
Progress