US Fed clarifies role in supervisory stress testing process
Proceedings report from The Asian Banker teleconsultation session, "Stress Testing and Capital Planning: The Federal Reserve’s Approach” on the challenges banks face in stress testing and capital planning.
The Asian Banker organised a teleconsultation session, “Stress Testing and Capital Planning: The Federal Reserve’s Approach” on 14th of August 2013. The following report summarises the central points presented by the key speakers of the session, including main issues discussed, as well as the Question and Answer session that followed. The objectives of the session were to explore the evolution of the US Federal Reserve’s (US Fed) supervisory stress testing practices and discuss supervisory expectations for banks’ own stress testing and capital planning process, discuss the role of regulators and Bank Holding Companies (BHCs), and insights gained from the Comprehensive Capital Analysis and Review (CCAR) exercise and what banks can learn from it.
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Categories: Capital & Strategic Issues
, Operational Risk
, Risk and Regulation
Keywords: US Fed
, Stress Testing
, Capital Adequacy