Regulators plan standard stress tests for CCPs

CPMI-Iosco is looking to standardise central counterparty stress-testing approaches due to concerns about their opacity

BIS headquarters, home of the CPMI

International regulators are planning standard stress tests for clearing houses – a recommendation made in recent weeks by both BlackRock and JP Morgan – as concerns grow about the risk management and supervision of central counterparties (CCPs).

A source within the Committee on Payments and Market Infrastructures (CPMI) confirms it has set up a working group in co-operation with the International Organization of Securities Commissions (Iosco). "Stress tests and the adequacy of stress-testing

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