US insurance giant MetLife Inc has announced the retirement of John Hele as chief financial officer (CFO) just one day before the company is due to reveal is first quarter 2018 earnings.
Hele was succeeded in the role on Tuesday by the insurer’s treasurer John McCallion, who has been with MetLife since 2006 and has served as head of investor relations and CFO for Europe, the Middle East, and Africa, among other roles. Departing CFO Hele is expected to stay at MetLife until September as a senior adviser, according to Reuters.
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