With MetLife (MET) in a rush to exit anything resembling banking (and so get out from under the...
With MetLife (MET) in a rush to exit anything resembling banking (and so get out from under the Fed's regulatory thumb), it tweaks its deal to sell $7B in deposits to GE. The new terms will make the OCC in charge of approving the deal instead of the FDIC, which is holding things up by asking too many questions.
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