CCAR: a new holiday tradition

CCAR: a new holiday tradition

Marcelo Cruz
Marcelo Cruz

Since the global financial crisis in 2008, industry regulators have been understandably concerned with finding ways to assess the financial health of companies in the sector on a more regular basis – in particular under stress conditions.

In 2009, in the aftermath of the crisis, the US Federal Reserve Board launched the Supervisory Capital Assessment Program (SCAP) as an attempt to get a better picture of how institutions would fare given a number of adverse macroeconomic factors over a period

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