Supporters of an optional federal charter (OFC) for insurers are taking exception to a New York Times editorial, which charged that an OFC would engender regulatory arbitrage.

The May 21 editorial, titled Regulator Shopping, argued that “cooler heads in Congress and the Obama administration should stop the optional federal charter — and all forms of regulatory shopping — in their tracks.”

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