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MetLife Fails Federal Reserve "Stress Test"
MetLife, Inc. (NYSE: MET) was one of four large financial institutions late Tuesday deemed to have failed a �stress test� imposed on large banking institutions by the Federal Reserve Board, a decision roundly criticized by MetLife and insurance analysts.
Earth To Fed: MetLife Is Not A Bank  Seeking Alpha
MetLife Advances as JPMorgan Wins Fed Blessing on Dividend: New York Mover  Bloomberg
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METLIFE INC : MetLife's New CEO Kandarian Gets $10.6 Million Compensation ...
NEW YORK (Dow Jones) -- MetLife Inc. (MET) Chief Executive Steven Kandarian received compensation of $10.6 million for 2011, his first year as leader of the life insurance company, according to a regulatory filing Monday.
MetLife CEO Kandarian Received $4.58 Million Last Year  Hartford Courant
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MetLife Expands its Services and Solutions for Expatriate Employees in Mexico
NEW YORK & MEXICO CITY--(BUSINESS WIRE)--MetLife, Inc. (NYSE: MET) announced today that multinational corporations with expatriate employees in Mexico can now access the MetLife provider network in Mexico of over 700 hospitals and 8,300 ...
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MetLife CEO's Stress Test
MetLife Inc.'s Steven A. Kandarian, 10 months into his tenure as chief executive of the nation's largest life insurer, learned a hard lesson this week: The Fed's math is what matters.
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TEXT-S&P: MetLife Alico Japan assigned 'A+' ratings
(Alico) and MetLife Inc. (MET). MET acquired Alico in 2010. We view MetLife Alico Japan as a core entity of Alico as well as a strategically important entity of MET, given its large contributions to the MET group and the group's strong commitment to ...
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MetLife Says It Reaches Accord 'in Principle' With Stuyvesant Town Tenants
March 2 (Bloomberg) -- MetLife Inc. reached a �settlement in principle� over a lawsuit filed by tenants of New York City's Stuyvesant Town and Peter Cooper Village, the company said in regulatory filing.
Stuy Town tenants reach tentative settlement  Crain's New York Business
Stuy-town settlement with MetLife reached, questions remain  The Real Deal New York (blog)
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MetLife's Kandarian Applies 'Fix or Exit' Test to Units
MetLife Inc.'s Steven Kandarian, promoted from chief investment officer in May, has retreated from businesses in Taiwan and the U.K.
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METLIFE POLICYHOLDER TRUST - 10-K - Management's Discussion and ...
The Trust is a single-purpose trust that does not engage in any business or activity other than voting and holding the shares of common stock of MetLife, Inc. issued to the Trust for the benefit of certain eligible policyholders of Metropolitan Life ...
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MetLife Leads Life Insurers Lower After Failing Fed Test
March 14 (Bloomberg) -- MetLife Inc., whose plan for a share buyback was rejected yesterday by the Federal Reserve, led life insurers lower in New York trading on speculation the industry's biggest companies may face tighter capital rules.
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Long-Term Care-Less: An Insurance Nightmare As Premiums Nearly Double
It's the right thing to do: I still recommend that you purchase long-term care insurance to avoid the dreaded outcome of being older, alone, and in need of everyday care that is not covered by Medicare or supplements.
Long-term-care insurance may go way of the dinosaur  InvestmentNews
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