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Wednesday, June 25, 2014

Governor Tarullo Addresses Stress Testing

Governor Daniel K. Tarullo of the Federal Reserve spoke on the evolution of supervisory stress testing since the financial crisis at the Federal Reserve Third Annual Stress Test Modeling Symposium.
Each year we have refined elements of both the substance and process of the stress tests… Although the major elements of our approach have now been successfully established, I anticipate that we will continue to make enhancements. If supervisory stress testing is to give regulators, banks, and the public a dynamic view of the capital positions of large financial firms, it must itself respond to changes in the economy, the financial system, and risk-management capabilities.
Tarullo remarked that “we do not regard the supervisory stress test and CCAR as finished products. In fact, we should never regard them as finished products…”

Read Tarullo’s full remarks.

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