Stress Testing

Supervisory Stress Testing Models Should Evolve To Capture Emerging Risks: Stanley Fischer

The Federal Reserve’s stress testing models and methodologies have to evolve over time to capture salient emerging risks to financial firms and the system as a whole, notes Stanley Fischer, vice chairman of the U.S. Federal Reserve System.

Fischer underscored the importance of supervisory stress testing during a speech delivered at Riksbank Macroprudential Conference in Stockholm in June of this year.


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