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MetLife is the largest life insurance provider in the United States. It did not apply for Treasury bailout funds, but because it is organized as a bank holding company, it was required to take part in regulators' stress tests of the 19 largest U.S. banks.

Stress Tested

This company is among the 19 companies that underwent a "stress test." Regulators determined that it does not need to raise additional capital.

See the list of all 19 stress-tested companies here.

Events

  • May 7, 2009 Federal releases the results of its stress tests

    According to the results of the Federal Reserve's "stress tests," 10 of the 19 largest banks will have to raise a total of $74.6 billion in additional capital to withstand a dire economic scenario. Ultimately, all of the banks raise the money privately, with the exception of GMAC.

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