State regulators are looking at changes that would force insurers such as AIG (AIG) and MetLife...
State regulators are looking at changes that would force insurers such as AIG (AIG) and MetLife (MET) to increase by billions of dollars the amount that they would have to hold against the riskier mortgage bonds they've been acquiring lately. The National Association of Insurance Commissioners could implement the changes later this year in a move that could cool interest in the once-toxic assets.
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