MetLife is investing $100 million in its MetLife Retirement Plan, according to the Wall Street Journal, with a target of $1 billion.
This is the third year in a row that MetLife has raised money to buy MetLife’s plan.
MetLife, which is known for its health care products, is investing in Metlife’s pension plan as it looks to improve its business.
It is also investing in its own health insurance plans.
Metlife says it is raising the money for the pension fund because it wants to ensure that it remains the most affordable plan for retirees in the future.
Met Life’s pension fund is in line with the retirement age of 55 for most workers.
It also has a goal to spend $3 billion annually on employee health benefits, a number that it says it will reach this year.
It currently has $3.2 billion in investments, according the Wall St Journal.
In the past, MetLife invested in its pension plan.
The company’s CEO, Kevin McBride, said last year that Metlife had about $100 billion in cash, and it has plans to raise money to invest it.
The Wall Street Wall Street firm is a private company and has a small ownership stake.
Met, which also operates the health care business, said it had more than 100,000 employees at the end of 2016.
It said it has been growing at about 10 percent a year since 2015.
The firm has a total of about $7.5 billion in assets.