Charlotte-based Eric Steigerwalt, CEO of Brighthouse Financial, shown in a 2015 file photo. Insurer MetLife announced Thursday final regulatory approval for plans to spin off Brighthouse as an independent, publicly traded company.
Charlotte-based Eric Steigerwalt, CEO of Brighthouse Financial, shown in a 2015 file photo. Insurer MetLife announced Thursday final regulatory approval for plans to spin off Brighthouse as an independent, publicly traded company. Robert Lahser rlahser@charlotteobserver.com
Charlotte-based Eric Steigerwalt, CEO of Brighthouse Financial, shown in a 2015 file photo. Insurer MetLife announced Thursday final regulatory approval for plans to spin off Brighthouse as an independent, publicly traded company. Robert Lahser rlahser@charlotteobserver.com

MetLife is one step closer to spinning off its Charlotte operations

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