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Farid AitSahlia - University of Florida
Stan Uryasev - University of Florida
Carlo Acerbi - MSCI Group
Alper Atamturk - Bloomberg LP & University of California, Berkeley
Turan G. Bali - Georgetown University
Jeremy Berkowitz - University of Houston
Jacob Boudoukh - New York University and Interdisciplinary Center
Peter Carr - Morgan Stanley
Peter Christoffersen - McGill University
Jon Danielsson - London School of Economics
Robert F. Engle - NYU Stern School of Business
John Hull - University of Toronto
Robert Jarrow - Cornell University, Johnson School of Business
Paul H. Kupiec - Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
François Longin - ESSEC
Elisa Luciano - University of Torino & Fondazione College Carlo Alberto
Alexander J. McNeil - Herriot-Watt University
Neil D. Pearson - University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Riccardo Rebonato - PIMCO
Til Schuermann - Federal Reserve Bank of New York
René M. Stulz - Ohio State University
Casper G. De Vries - Erasmus University Rotterdam & Tinbergen Institute
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Should MetLife be a Sifi?
US insurer MetLife is fighting its designation as a systemically important financial institution - a label handed out by the FSOC in December. State supervisors are also questioning the decision: www.risk.net/2391615. Should MetLife be supervised as a Sifi?
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