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  1. 1. The Death and Rebirth of Life Insurance: How marketing directly to Middle Market and Multicultural customers is critical to reviving the business November 2014 © 2014 Metropolitan Life Insurance Company, NY, NY 10166
  2. 2. US Direct Business-Strategy & Planning US Life insurance industry performance 2
  3. 3. US Direct Business-Strategy & Planning Bottom 90% The Focus Has Been on the Affluent -$500 $0 $500 $1,000 $1,500 $2,000 $2,500 $3,000 $3,500 $4,000 $4,500 1989 1992 1995 1998 2001 2004 2007 2010 US$(000s) <25 25-49.9 50-74.9 75-89.9 90-100 Percentile of Net Worth Top 10% U.S. Households Net Worth by Percentile „89-‟10 source: http://www.census.gov/hhes/www/income/data/historical/household/ 3 • Focusing on such a small segment of the population is a dangerous long-term strategy for growth
  4. 4. US Direct Business-Strategy & Planning The Last 70+ Years: Worrisome Trends 4 POPULATION 311,590,000 132,120,000 US Census Data 1940-2011 2X 17,872,000 9,500,000 POLICIES PURCHASED 50% LIMRA’s U.S. Individual Life Insurance Sales Survey and LIMRA Estimates, 2011
  5. 5. US Direct Business-Strategy & Planning Number of Agents Declining 5 0 100,000 200,000 300,000 1973 1989 1993 1996 1998 2001 2004 2007 2010 36 % DECLINE 256,735 163,814 LIMRA’s U.S. Individual Life Insurance Sales Survey and LIMRA Estimates, 2011
  6. 6. US Direct Business-Strategy & Planning Individual life insurance has continued to move up market and has become a “niche” product… U.S. Individual Life Insurance Industry Average face size of the policies, 1985-2010, $ 000‟s 6 53 56 61 64 69 76 77 79 81 84 89 95 106 115 131 149 143 152 157 165 172 177 195 194 183 177 +233% LIMRA’s U.S. Individual Life Insurance Sales Survey and LIMRA Estimates, 2011
  7. 7. US Direct Business-Strategy & Planning NumberofUSHouseholds < $100K $200K + $100- $200K 7 But Life Insurance Industry is Not Keeping Up Population Is Changing Annual Household Income US Population Life Insurance Ownership LifeInsuranceOwnership% LIMRA’s U.S. Individual Life Insurance Sales Survey and LIMRA Estimates, 2011
  8. 8. US Direct Business-Strategy & Planning 8 Typical families don‟t have enough left over each month to pay for expensive coverage. Typical Household BudgetHigh Cost Structure Losing the Mass Market Battle Administration Underwriting Distribution Claims Discretionary Spending
  9. 9. US Direct Business-Strategy & Planning Consumers’ purchasing behavior has changed. We need to change along with it.
  10. 10. US Direct Business-Strategy & Planning 10 Just as America is looking less like this…
  11. 11. US Direct Business-Strategy & Planning 11 And more like this…
  12. 12. US Direct Business-Strategy & Planning 12 THIS CANNOT BE YOUR FATHER‟S INSURANCE BUSINESS.
  13. 13. US Direct Business-Strategy & Planning Yet look at who is portrayed in Life Insurance ads 13
  14. 14. US Direct Business-Strategy & Planning Lots of people want life insurance…so why do so many fail? 14 Over 60M people will shop for life insurance in the next 12 months1…and industry research shows there is a $20Trillion coverage gap in the U.S. – highest worldwide 2013 U.S. population >18 years old % planning to shop for or purchase life insurance over the next 12 months Potential market: Source: [1] MetLife Q1 2014 Segment Quantitative Survey; Q11. Do you plan to shop for or purchase any of the following life insurance products over the next 12 months? This includes purchasing new products, adding additional coverage, or switching providers. Select all that apply. 242 Million 25% 60 Million Yet Research shows 9 out of 10 who start the process - fail.
  15. 15. 25% 25% 24% 25% 26% 28% 23% 21% 27% 25%23% 45% 59% 66% 79% 85% 87% 81% 79% 66% 0% 20% 40% 60% 80% 100% >$15 $15 - 24.9 $25 - 34.9 $35 - 49.9 $50 - 74.9 $75 - 99.9 $100 - 149.9 $150 - 199.9 $200+ U.S. Market Intend to Purchase w/in 12 months Insured Opportunity with multicultural and lower-income sub-segments 15 Note: [1] Coverage is self-reported and weighted to be consistent with the U.S. Market/ LIMRA‟s “The Facts of Life and Annuities – 2013”; [2] Excludes all other and mixed races, ~2% of the mkt Source: U.S. Census Bureau (2013 population estimates under the age of 18 from 2012); Q1 2014 U.S. Direct quantitative survey, Q1. Which of the following financial products and/or services do you currently have or use?; Q11 Do you plan to shop for or purchase any of the following life insurance products over the next 12 months? This includes purchasing new products, adding additional coverage, or switching providers. Select all that apply.  Multicultural consumers indicate significantly higher purchase intent than Caucasians (20%), led by Hispanics (37%) and Blacks (31%) Purchase Intent by Ethnicity1,2 31% 20% 27% 37% 25% 0% 20% 40% Black Caucasian Asian Hispanic U.S. Market Intend to Purchase w/in 12 months Intend to Purchase w/in 12 months Coverage & Purchase Intent by Household Income1  The vast majority of uninsured consumers are Middle Market (under $100K household income): - 80% of the 123 million U.S. households, and 90% of uninsured households are Middle Market - Purchase intent is relatively consistent across income levels, indicating a greater opportunity to serve Middle Market consumers
  16. 16. US Direct Business-Strategy & Planning US Direct Vision 16 We help people act on their best intentions to protect their financial future – for themselves and their loved ones 125MM people in the underserved US Middle Market US Middle Market = $20 billion premium opportunity 60MM people will shop for life Insurance in next 12 months
  17. 17. US Direct Business-Strategy & Planning MetLife US Direct is designed to transform the way life insurance is understood and experienced by the middle market… Developing new tools to educate and empower Re-engineering process to be fast and painless Opening new distribution channels Creating a better, best-in-class consumer experience… one that continues beyond the initial sale Transform the industry by... 1 2 3 4 17 That will be reflected in our... Strategy Business Model Org. Structure Results
  18. 18. US Direct Business-Strategy & Planning Simpler products • SIT – Simplified Issue Term, Up to $100K in coverage, two medical questions, MIB check, 5-year pricing banding. Ages 18-80. • GALI – Guaranteed Acceptance Life Insurance, designed to cover final expenses (medical bills, credit card debt, and funeral costs). Up to $50K in coverage, no medical questions or exams. Ages 45-75. • AD – Accidental Death, covers death resulting from accident. Up to $500K in coverage, no medical questions or exams. Ages 18-75. 18 The Simplified Issue Term Life Insurance Policy is issued by MetLife Insurance Company USA, Charlotte, NC 28277 (form # 5E-26-12) and in New York by Metropolitan Life Insurance Company, New York, NY (form # 1E-26-13-NY). Guaranteed Acceptance Life Insurance Policy (5E-13-13) is issued in all states except NY by MetLife Insurance Company USA, Charlotte, NC 28277 and in NY (1E-13-13-NY) by Metropolitan Life Insurance Company, NY, NY 10166. The Accidental Death Life Insurance Policy is issued by Metropolitan Life Insurance Company, New York, NY 10166 (form # 1EAH-10-13).
  19. 19. US Direct Business-Strategy & Planning Simpler Process – Customer Centric Functionality • Simplified application using new standards • Mobile application • ePolicy access • Formalized onboarding with welcome call, email • Payment reminders • Credit/debit payments • “Pick your date” payment option Highest NPS scores in the industry! 19
  20. 20. US Direct Business-Strategy & Planning 20 Sponsor Micro site Emails MailClick to Call Social MediaSearch Display Ads DRTV Kiosk Simpler engagement – advertising where the customer is, rather asking them to come in MetLife.com
  21. 21. US Direct Business-Strategy & Planning Even in Walmart! • Yearly renewable term life • $5 first month regardless age, face, or gender A new look. A new location. A new approach. 21 This Renewable Term Life Policy is issued by MetLife Insurance Company USA, Charlotte, NC 28277 (form # 5E-27-13).
  22. 22. US Direct Business-Strategy & Planning Affordable rates for coverage Simplified Issue Term* coverage Guaranteed Acceptance Life Insurance (GALI) 22 * For $10K in coverage
  23. 23. US Direct Business-Strategy & Planning Messaging based on customer insights and overcoming barriers: DRTV – Leveraging Multicultural insights for Guaranteed Acceptance 23 A multi-generational family is featured, all segments are represented. Matriarch is head of household. Guaranteed Acceptance product indexes highly with African American adults. African American family is featured in this spot. Mom introduces the topic in this spot.
  24. 24. US Direct Business-Strategy & Planning Need to act like a Direct Marketer - Optimizing advertising Datamart Targeting O E T D M Paid Search Email Telemarketing Website Visit Online Search Email Inquiry Call Center Call W O E C Direct Mail Mass Media PPrint Media D Click ThroughC Retail VisitR Social ParticipationS Display Marketing Driven Activity Consumer Driven ActivityM C Segmentation SegmentA 15% SegmentB 19% SegmentC 32% SegmentD 12% SegmentE 21% •College & graduatestudents •Newworkforce •Mostlyfemale •30& single •Mostlymale •NewParents & suburban families •EmptyNesters & Families w/ teens Demos Customer Behaviors Media Preferences •Buys online •Lowerorder value •Skews female •Frequent purchaser •Higherorder value •Less frequent buyer •Wide range of product range •Prefers offline •Responds to DM •Youtube & Text •Prefers humor in advertising •Email •Online advertising •ESPN & TNT •Business Week •Heavyonline •Parenting mags •Disneychannel & websites •Time, WSJ, Forbes •Prefers quality of service Measure / Report 0% 5% 10% 15% 20% 25% 30% 35% 40% 45% 50% %Frequency 0 20 40 60 80 100 120 140 160 180 200 Index Baseline 33.5% 7.6% 7.2% 11.5% 11.6% PayPal 45.4% 13.6% 10.8% 15.8% 16.6% Index 135 178 150 138 144 Yes 0-3 Years Old 4-7 Years Old 8-12 Years Old 13-18 Years Old Indicates the presence of children in the household Campaign Mgmt Media 0 20 40 60 80 100 120 140 160 180 200 0.0 24.0 48.0 IncrementalRevenue InvestmentAmount Print Radio DirectMail TV Year 1 Year 4Year 3Year 2 Time Revenue 24
  25. 25. US Direct Business-Strategy & Planning But it is working… • MetLife is the fastest growing direct life insurer in the industry according to LIMRA (U.S. Individual Life Insurance Sales Survey and LIMRA Estimates, 2011) • The Direct business is the highest source for life insurance applications in MetLife • Multi-cultural customers significantly over-index as a percentage of the total book of business • 95% of the policies we originate are new policies, not replacements! 25
  26. 26. US Direct Business-Strategy & Planning It’s a challenge… PEANUTS © 2014 Peanuts Worldwide
  27. 27. US Direct Business-Strategy & Planning But we can get there! PEANUTS © 2014 Peanuts Worldwide
  28. 28. US Direct Business-Strategy & Planning THANK YOU 28 Metropolitan Life Insurance Company, NY, NY L1114399356[exp0415][AllStates][DC,PR]

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