MetLife Does Not Want to Be ‘Systemically Important’
Sept. 4 (Bloomberg) — MetLife was tentatively categorized as a systemically important financial institution by a panel of regulators, which would subject it to stricter Federal Reserve supervision. Trish Regan and Julie Hyman report on “Street Smart.” (Source: Bloomberg)
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