MetLife

Does this modest little shed look like the home of a systematically important financial institution?MetLife’s just not sure we have enough information or experience to know whether the largest insurer in the United States, with only 90 million customers in 60 countries and $900 billion or so in assets, could really be said to be “important” or to pose a “risk” in any kind of serious way. I mean, for argument’s sake, shouldn’t we wait a little longer to see whether a 147-year-old startup like MetLife really matters meaningfully? Steven Kandarian is just asking. In lawsuit form. Read more »

  • 15 Feb 2013 at 4:20 PM

MetLife Isn’t a Bank Anymore

But it could still maybe destroy the global economy. Read more »