AIG and Prudential Face New Capital Rules Under Fed ProposalBy
Proposal would set minimum capital for the biggest insurers
Dodd-Frank rule affects insurers that pose a systemic risk
American International Group Inc. and Prudential Financial Inc.’s new capital rules should reflect the insurance business’s differences from Wall Street banking, the Federal Reserve said in a proposal to limit the chance that the companies could threaten the financial system.
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