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Institutional Insurance

Bank-Owned Life Insurance and Corporate-Owned Life Insurance

Expertise and leadership for a dynamic market

Properly structured life insurance solutions can help you manage the business risks associated with the loss of highly compensated key employees, and serve as a tax-efficient balance sheet asset.

Your company can benefit from our institutionally priced solutions to offset costs associated with employee benefit programs, including retiree health care and non-qualified benefit programs, designed to incentivize key executives.

Working with specialized distribution relationships, our full-service team of professionals deliver Bank‑Owned Life Insurance (BOLI) and Corporate‑Owned Life Insurance (COLI) solutions to meet the benefit funding, insurance, and asset-diversification needs of a variety of institutional businesses.

A long-time leader in the institutional insurance market, MassMutual has delivered a broad spectrum of life insurance solutions with exceptional expertise and service.

 

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Michael S. Dunn 

Head of Institutional Insurance

MassMutual

Michael Dunn is the Head of Institutional Insurance for MassMutual’s Institutional Solutions business. He is responsible for setting the...

A Legacy of Leadership for over 37 Years
$29.3B BOLI & $4.9B COLI Assets under management*

$28.3B

General Account assets

$5.9B

Separate Account assets

3,600 +

Client plans

*As of 12/31/2023, these assets under management are included in MassMutual's overall Assets Under Management (AUM) which include assets and certain external investment funds managed by MassMutual subsidiaries, including Barings and MassMutual Ascend. Please refer to MassMutual's Annual Report.
Life insurance products issued by Massachusetts Mutual Life Insurance Company (MassMutual) and its subsidiaries, C.M. Life Insurance Company (C. M. Life) and MML Bay State Life Insurance Company (MML Bay State), Springfield, MA 01111-0001. C.M. Life and MML Bay State are non-admitted in New York.