Fed proposes sharing more information about stress tests

US Federal Reserve building

The Federal Reserve Board on December 7 requested public comment on a series of proposals to increase the information it discloses to banks about its annual stress-testing programme. 

“This enhanced transparency will bolster the credibility of our stress tests and help the public better evaluate the results,” said vice-chairman for supervision Randal Quarles, who was nominated by President Trump earlier this year. “The proposed changes will also generate valuable insight from stakeholders and

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