Back in August of last year when Robert Benmosche was named successor to former AIG [AIG] CEO Edward Liddy, much talk revolved around how long he would stay on the job.

Given his predecessor's relatively short reign after being appointed by the federal government in late 2008 just after the flashpoint of the financial crisis, as well as the public pillorying, Benmosche initially turned down the job three times before finally relenting. But now, about nine months into his tenure, MetLife's former CEO told Bloomberg that he expects to remain with the company for another year or two, and will help prepare the company for his eventual departure.

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