Stress testing in central banks - a comparison

A new paper from the Bank of Italy reviews the quantitative methods used at selected central banks to stress testing credit risk.

The paper highlights some recent developments and a number of methodological challenges that may be useful for supervisors in their review of banks' stress test models, as required by the Basel II Framework.

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