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Better shop around

24 September 2012 By Agnes T. Crane

To free itself from the Fed’s strong grip, MetLife opted to unload $7 bln of deposits to the U.S. conglomerate. Tired of waiting for the headless FDIC’s OK, the insurer is enlisting the OCC instead. This classic arbitrage illustrates the trouble with the whole oversight regime.

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