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Insurers reportedly warn global regulators that plans to designate some of them as "too big to...

Insurers reportedly warn global regulators that plans to designate some of them as "too big to fail" are incoherent, impractical and simplistic. Firms are particularly concerned about areas of their business deemed "non-insurance," "non-traditional," and "semi-traditional", which they may even be forced to sell. These include variable annuities and third-party asset management, both of which are important profit generators.
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