Will a New Designation for Non-Banks Kill Investment Opportunities?
Jun 5th 2013 6:13PM
Updated Jun 5th 2013 7:50PM
AIG , General Electric's GE Capital, and Prudential Financial we all notified Monday that they had been designated as "systemically important financial institutions," with tougher rules on the way. Does this kill any opportunities for investors?
In the following video, Fool contributor Jessica Alling discusses the designation, what's next in the process, and what it means for these companies and their investors right now.
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