MetLife Inc. and Prudential Financial Inc. have been joined by state regulators challenging the Federal Reserve on how to oversee the biggest insurers under the Dodd-Frank law.

The insurers and watchdogs are pressuring the Fed to avoid bank-like capital rules for firms that may eventually fall under central bank oversight. The Fed has said it can be flexible with the standards.

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