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

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February 25, 2016 3:32 PM