Big U.S. banks are letting stress tests make decisions for them

OVER 75 PERCENT of global banks now use regulatory stress tests to assess concentrations and set limits internally, according to a Deloitte survey. / BLOOMBERG NEWS
OVER 75 PERCENT of global banks now use regulatory stress tests to assess concentrations and set limits internally, according to a Deloitte survey. / BLOOMBERG NEWS
NEW YORK - If you’re a bond trader at a major bank, the next time you ask for an increase in your position limit, the answer is likely to be based on regulatory stress tests. Seventy-eight percent of global banks now use the tests to assess concentrations and set limits internally, according to a Deloitte survey…

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