Seven banks under SEC scrutiny over interest rate risk disclosures

Regulator-issued letters aim at boosting transparency on EVE and NII sensitivity

The US Securities Exchange Commission (SEC) sent a flurry of letters to seven banks in the fourth quarter of 2023 requesting greater transparency on measures of interest rate risk, indicating heightened regulatory scrutiny following last year’s banking crisis.

American Express, Capital One, Charles Schwab, East West Bank, First Foundation and Western Alliance were contacted regarding disclosures on both their economic value of equity’s (EVE) sensitivity to rate shocks and their net interest

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