New criteria released by the Financial Stability Oversight Council (FSOC) are shedding light on which insurers will come under enhanced regulatory scrutiny.

Created under the auspices of the Dodd-Frank Act to monitor firms that present potential systemic risk to the financial system, the FSOC is a 10-voting member body comprised of representatives from the main financial regulatory agencies as well as an appointed insurance expert, Roy Woodall.

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