SAS: Stressed Out – How US and European Banks are Responding to Regulatory Stress Tests

For many financial service institutions in the US and Europe, stress testing is now a fact of life as regulators seek to avoid any repeat of the 2008-09 financial crisis. Since the US Federal Reserve introduced the Comprehensive Capital Analysis and Review (CCAR) process in 2010, supervisory expectations for all aspects of capital requirements have been significantly heightened for the largest and most complex US banks with assets of US$50 billion or more.

In its CCAR 2013 review document1

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