Notes & Papers
- The Fed Designed the GSIB Surcharge to Achieve a Flawed Objective
- Rationale for Keeping the Cap on the Substitutability Category for the G-SIB Scoring Methodology
- Fed’s versus banks’ own models in stress testing: what have we learned so far?
- Staff Working Paper: Capital Requirements in Supervisory Stress Tests and Their Adverse Impact on Small Business Lending
- Are the Supervisory Bank Stress Tests Constraining the Supply of Credit to Small Businesses?
- New Research Estimates Credit Allocation Encouraged by CCAR Stress Tests
Conferences & Events
TCH and NYU to Host their Gallatin Lecture on Banking in Washington, D.C. for the First Time.
Join us on March 28 for the next installment of the TCH-NYU Gallatin Lecture Series on Banking where Jeremy Stein, Moise Y. Safra Professor of Economics at Harvard University and former Fed Governor, will discuss recommendations for strengthening and streamlining bank capital regulation.
For more information or to register please click here.
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