New York-based insurer MetLife on Thursday cited expectations that regulators could require it to boost capital buffers because of its variable annuities business as a key reason the insurer wants to split away from its Charlotte-based retail segment.
New York-based insurer MetLife on Thursday cited expectations that regulators could require it to boost capital buffers because of its variable annuities business as a key reason the insurer wants to split away from its Charlotte-based retail segment. Handout Handout
New York-based insurer MetLife on Thursday cited expectations that regulators could require it to boost capital buffers because of its variable annuities business as a key reason the insurer wants to split away from its Charlotte-based retail segment. Handout Handout

MetLife lays out reasons for plan to split off Charlotte unit

February 04, 2016 10:55 AM