Financial services company MetLife has named Tamara Schock as chief accounting officer, effective March 4, 2019. Schock will succeed Bill O’Donnell, who has been named MetLife’s U.S. chief financial officer.
In the role of chief accounting officer, Schock will lead all accounting operations and internal controls, which include reporting MetLife’s financial results on both a U.S. Generally Accepted Accounting Principles and local statutory basis. Schock will report to John McCallion, executive vice president and chief financial officer of MetLife.
Schock will join MetLife from Exchange Income, a Canadian public listed company with businesses in aviation, aerospace and manufacturing sectors. Prior to joining Exchange Income in 2015, Schock served as partner at Deloitte. Her career at Deloitte spanned 19 years where she served clients primarily in the insurance, banking and asset management sectors in both Canada and the United States, and held the position of Professional Practice Director, Winnipeg, Canada from 2007 to 2011.