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MetLife appoints UK Employee Benefits Head of Proposition
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MetLife has appointed an Employee Benefits Head of Proposition as it looks to rapidly expand its employee benefits business.

Wojciech Dochan joins MetLife from Unum, where he was head of commercial marketing. He also served as head of product development at Bupa.

Stephanie Baillie, director, MetLife UK Employee Benefits, says: “MetLife has a clear growth strategy in the UK employee benefits market where we have defined opportunities for innovation and enhanced service capability.

“Wojciech’s extensive experience in the employee benefits sector will help drive our proposition in our chosen markets.”

Dochan adds: “I am thrilled to be part of a focused team with ambitious plans for long-term growth in employee benefits based on innovation, global insight, and huge brand strength."

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