Let's say we have a homogeneous space $H\backslash G$.
Is it possible to tell whether this homogeneous space admits a conformally flat metric just from its group structure?
I am particularly interested in a situation when $H\backslash G$ is maximally-noncompact, i.e. $H$ is a maximally compact subgroup of $G$.
I hope, my question does not sound too broad. Maybe this question has a trivial answer, but from a background of a theoretical physicist, it is not obvious.