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Date: 6-15-2014   Visits: 869 Banks are not getting much use out of U.S. stress tests: surveyMoody's Analytics polled 32 chief risk officers and others who took part in the stress tests this year, or may be required to participate next year. All said they used the results for "regulatory...
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Date: 5-21-2014   Visits: 862 U.K. Banks Protest BOE Stress Test Plan to Remove ExecutivesBritish banks protested plans by the Bank of England to remove senior executives if stress tests uncover weaknesses as the regulator gears up for its first round of health checks on the coun...
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Date: 4-11-2014   Visits: 880 What Usain Bolt can teach banks about financial risk - See more at: http://www.economist.com/blogs/eBut whether bankers will remember that reality can be worse than expected is a different question. Expected shortfall is an improvement on VaR; it is not a crystal ball....
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Date: 3-17-2014   Visits: 594 On eve of stress tests, Fed asks banks for more infoFORTUNE -- The Federal Reserve may not be satisfied with some of the results of the annual bank stress tests. The first indication of how the banks did on those tests is set to be released on Thursda...
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Date: 8-22-2013   Visits: 836 Banks Get a C+ In Postcrisis Risk ManagementOn the risk governance front, we've seen banks make some improvements, particularly where boards have started moving toward greater engagement on risk issues and where many banks are starting to have ...
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Date: 7-30-2013   Visits: 557 Banks’ Risk Management Failures CitedThe reporting structure surrounding the chief risk officer position at many global banks, for example, could leave risk executives powerless when a chief executive officer tries to run roughshod over ...
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Date: 5-18-2013   Visits: 434 EU supervisors to study banks' assets, delay stress testMay 16 (Reuters) - Supervisors across the European Union will examine the way that top banks classify and value loans and other assets to ensure that the stress tests they conduct do a better job of f...
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Date: 5-11-2013   Visits: 447 Banks eye slashing market risk RWAsHaving succeeded in securing some savings by tweaking models or negotiating bilateral unwinds of particularly capital-intensive swaps, some of the more sophisticated institutions are now examining way...
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Date: 5-5-2013   Visits: 483 Public Stress Tests ahead for UK BanksPublishable stress tests that could affect bonus and dividend payments are looming for UK banks now that regulators have enlisted the financial stability experts at the Bank of England to help them co...
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Date: 4-11-2013   Visits: 403 New Drive for Tougher Testing of European BanksBRUSSELS—Europe is embarking on a new attempt to pull its banks out of the molasses of its debt crisis, hoping an aggressive cleanup of toxic assets will get banks to lend again and kick-start i...
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Date: 3-19-2013   Visits: 696 Banks Should See Stress Tests as an Opportunity, Not a ChoreDone right, CCAR will motivate a Renaissance in enterprise risk assessment and reduce the fragility of current position risk and bank operations, while also allowing for meaningful experiments around ...
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Date: 2-19-2013   Visits: 480 Basel Eyes Set Periods for Banks' Risk ModelsBig banks would be barred from using one their most common tactics to reduce capital requirements under a proposal being considered by global regulators.If adopted by the Basel Committee on Banking Su...
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Date: 1-11-2013   Visits: 402 Clouds Seen in Regulators’ Crystal Ball for BanksMr. Bookstaber argues that conventional ways to measure risk — known as “value at risk” and stress models — fail to take into account interactions and feedback effects that can...
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Date: 11-5-2012   Visits: 366 Do Risk Committees and Chief Risk Officers Make Banks Safer? The Dodd-Frank Act mandates that banks with $10 billion in assets or greater must have a board-level risk committee, and banks with $50 billion or more in assets also must have a chief risk offi...
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Date: 8-24-2012   Visits: 564 Invictus Announces Preliminary Stress Test Information Available on “Dodd-Frank" BanksInvictus Consulting Group LLC is now offering investors, as well as bank managements, the ability to obtain preliminary stress test results on “Dodd-Frank Banks”. The tests are based on pu...
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