Inside the Fed's CCAR stress tests – what are they and what do they mean (Premium)

The Federal Reserve’s Comprehensive Capital Analysis and Review (CCAR) 2016 was released last week with positive results for 31 out of 33 US banking institutions. The CCAR is a test for bank holding companies (BHCs) with over US$50 billion in assets to ensure capital adequacy. This article looks at what the CCAR actually tests and what happens if a bank fails.

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