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mt seventy years after the financial crisis and too big to fail field dirty words on Wall Street so much so that meant like successfully fought to lose the designation along with the regulatory burdens an extra callback come along with it met life was one of four non banks , including American international group prudential financial anti GE capital that were slapped with the description demean them so important of the financial system than if they failed they would drag economy down the drain with them Libya Iran covers the banking sector for Reuters and said the MetLife ruling is a game changer , for all its business relationship were so entangled in the mortgage mess behind the financial crisis that taxpayers have to put up a hundred and eighty two , Sir John had no other choice but to go on a diet but it wasn't alone all of the big banks are still considered to think they'll keep Morgan chase Citigroup bank of America Goldman Sachs Morgan Stanley and even American Express , before the crisis these guys were in a race to get bigger now they're moving , opposite direction , you have , but becoming smaller hasn't made a target on the group's back any less visible there are still called to break up the banks by politicians who fear the industry is still too big for the economy , to control