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MetLife, the New York-based provider of insurance, annuities and employee benefits with $52.7 billion in 2010 sales, named Marlene Debel treasurer and senior vice president. She succeeds Steven Goulart, who becomes chief investment officer. Debel, 44, joins MetLife from Bank of America, where she was global head of liquidity risk management and rating agency relations. Debel joined Merrill Lynch, now part of BofA, in 1988, and served in positions including head of corporate finance and liquidity risk management.

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