Federal regulators on Thursday took up the fight for their right to label certain financial institutions as “too big to fail” after a U.S. District Court threw out their designation of the insurance company MetLife earlier this year. MetLife’s U.S. retail unit is based in Charlotte.
Federal regulators on Thursday took up the fight for their right to label certain financial institutions as “too big to fail” after a U.S. District Court threw out their designation of the insurance company MetLife earlier this year. MetLife’s U.S. retail unit is based in Charlotte. David T. Foster, III dtfoster@charlotteobserver.com
Federal regulators on Thursday took up the fight for their right to label certain financial institutions as “too big to fail” after a U.S. District Court threw out their designation of the insurance company MetLife earlier this year. MetLife’s U.S. retail unit is based in Charlotte. David T. Foster, III dtfoster@charlotteobserver.com

Regulators push back in MetLife ‘too big to fail’ case

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