MetLife has another three months to tell regulators about its capital plans while it tries to sell its online bank to General Electric (GE).

The Federal Reserve gave the global life insurer until January 5 to show it can handle severe economic stress, the company said in a regulatory filing Monday. MetLife had until Sunday to file a revised plan, a deadline that itself represented an earlier reprieve by the Fed, which sought the information initially by June.

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