Amendments to Capital Stress Testing Notice of Proposed Rulemaking Summary

Updated 10/29/2020

This tool summarizes the Board’s notice of proposed rulemaking to capital planning and stress testing requirements. The key takeaways are as follows:

  1. Capital planning and stress test rules will now be more tailored to the Board’s tailoring framework from October 2019.
  2. Firms subject to Category IV standards would no longer need to calculate forward-looking projections based on Board scenarios.
  3. Category IV firms would only be subject to a supervisory stress test every other year.
  4. Savings and loan holding companies with $250 billion or more in assets are required to publicly disclose their supervisory stress test results.

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