Global regulation vice-president leaves MetLife

End of Sifi designation court fight reduces need for legal and lobbying work at US insurer

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Edite Ligere: moving on from MetLife

MetLife’s vice-president of global regulatory policy and government relations Edite Ligere has left the US insurer. The move follows a reduced need for regulatory and government engagement at the firm after the decision by the US Appeals Court in January to dismiss an Obama administration appeal that could have rebranded MetLife a systemically important financial institution (Sifi).

Speaking to Risk.net, Ligere says she left the insurer very recently but for non-disclosure reasons cannot say at

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