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MetLife not 'too big to fail', rules judge

She says regulators failed to adequately assess insurance company's vulnerability to extreme financial distress

Mr Kandarian said "the ruling really vindicates our decision to seek a judicial review of that designation".


OPPONENTS of the Dodd-Frank financial overhaul won an important battle on Wednesday as a federal judge here stripped the "too big to fail" label from the insurance company MetLife.

With memories still fresh on how American International Group's (AIG) 2008 near-collapse

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