The MetLife Case and ‘Systemic Importance’

April 11, 2016

The designation of “systemically important financial institution” for MetLife would mean billions of dollars in costs that regulators never bothered to tally. Thaya Brook Knight comments on how MetLife, at least for now, gets to avoid additional federal control.


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