MetLife Inc. has named Peter Carlson chief accounting officer.
Carlson succeeds Joseph Prochaska Jr., who will be retiring from MetLife this year, according to MetLife, New York.
Carlson previously was executive vice president and corporate controller at Wachovia Corp., Charlotte, N.C.
In other personnel news:
- New York Life Insurance Company, New York has named Corey Multer to be chief of staff to John Meyer, the chief operating officer of retirement income security.
Multer became a vice president at New York Life in 2001, and he assumed oversight over deferred annuity products in 2004.
Multer has a bachelor’s degree in economics from Brandeis University and a master’s degree in business from Stanford University.
New York Life also has hired John Grady to be a senior vice president in the corporate finance department. Grady will be responsible for mergers and acquisitions, and for the treasury department.
Grady previously was an executive vice president, global strategy and corporate development, at a U.S. unit of Old Mutual P.L.C., London.
Grady has a bachelor’s degree in business from Providence College and a master’s degree in business from Boston University.