Prudential Financial Inc.'s appeal against a designation that the firm is systemically important is unlikely to succeed, observers said, but could force the Federal Reserve Board to detail more about how it will supervise such companies.
The Newark, N.J.-based firm was the only one of three nonbank financial companies designated as a potential threat to the financial system by the Financial Stability Oversight Council that opted to challenge the decision.
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