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A silver lining in a G-SII label?

Despite the credit boon, MetLife is not a fan of the systemically risky label because of capital standards, restrictions. (AP Photo/Mark Lennihan)
Despite the credit boon, MetLife is not a fan of the systemically risky label because of capital standards, restrictions. (AP Photo/Mark Lennihan)

The benefits to credit ratings of being an insurer designated a global systemically important insurer (G-SII) by the G-20’s Financial Stability Board (FSB) outweigh the drawbacks, according to a Moody’s Investor Service credit analysis report.

Moody’s disclosed its stamp of approval on the G-SII designations in a late July release of its “Credit Outlook,” which focuses on credit implications of current events.

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