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MetLife Investment Management adds to Institutional Client Group in Europe

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MetLife Investment Management (MIM), the institutional asset management platform for MetLife, has appointed Esther Rulli as Institutional Sales Director for the United Kingdom, Netherlands, and Southern Europe. She will be based in London.

Rulli will be responsible for accelerating MIM’s third party asset management business in those markets, with a focus on public and corporate pension fund and insurance company clients, among others. She will report to Jason Funk, head of Europe, Middle East and Africa business development for MIM’s Institutional Client Group.
 
Prior to joining MIM, Rulli was a senior relationship manager at State Street Global Advisors where she focused on pension funds and official institutions. She also spent time at PineBridge Investments, formerly AIG Investments, the investment arm of AIG Insurance, covering traditional and alternative investments.
 
Joseph Pollaro, chief operating officer, MetLife Investment Management, says: “Esther’s deep investment and client relationship experience across several European markets will be instrumental as we continue to grow our asset management business.”
 
“I am excited to join MIM,” says Rulli. “MIM is well-positioned to provide institutional investors in the region with attractive long-term solutions to meet their investments needs.”
 
Rulli holds a master’s degree from the University of Cambridge and she is also a Chartered Alternative Investment Analyst.

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