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Editors' picks for the week includeMetLife's win in getting its SIFI designation overturned and AIG's private meetingwith analysts to restore confidence in its management team.


The impactof a new Federal Housing Finance Agency rule restricting captive insurance companiesfrom continued membership in the federal home loan bank system will vary widelyby institution.


scored a landmark victoryin its bid to dodge additional regulatory oversight, after a federal court the company's designationas a nonbank systemically important financial institution.


Lessthan two weeks removed from the one-year anniversary of General Electric Co.'s announcement of its plan to dramatically downsize , thecompany continues to make steady progress toward what had originally been presentedas a goal for the sale of assets representing approximately $200 billion in endingnet investment by the end of 2017.


Someanalysts and executives continue to have a rosy outlook on the aircraft leasingindustry, in contrast to recent headlines predicting that the industry will soonfeel the negative impact of low oil prices, weak emerging markets and wide-bodydemand softness.


hostedmore than 20 sell-side analysts at its New York headquarters on March 28, as ittries to restore confidence in its management team following a turbulent period.