MetLife Judge Called FSOC Review Process `Fatally Flawed'By and
U.S. court unseals ruling, reasons for lifting designation
Financial Stability Oversight Council lost lawsuit March 30
The U.S. government panel that decided MetLife Inc. was too big to fail erred in not analyzing the insurer’s vulnerability to financial distress, according to the federal judge who rescinded that designation last week.
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