GE Capital dealing with Sifi status and AMA push

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Intense regulatory attention has fallen on large banks and non-bank institutions alike in the US as the Financial Stability Oversight Council (FSOC) completes its list of companies whose survival is vital to the stability of the US financial system. Systemically important financial institutions (Sifis) will come under increased supervision from the Federal Reserve Board and may face higher capital charges.

Not all have welcomed the spotlight. In October 2013 US insurer Prudential Financial

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