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Morgan Stanley’s Capital Plan is Close, But. . .

Morgan Stanley Chairman and CEO James Gorman said that the investment banking firm is “committed to addressing the Fed’s concerns about our capital planning process and fully expect to meet their requirements within the established timeframe.”

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Paper, Rock, Scissors: Are Banks Playing a Game of Chance?

With the rise of homeownership comes the desire of originators to improve the customer experience. Banks are constantly looking to improve the speed, efficiency, security and simplicity of their processes. This select print feature originally appeared in the June 2016 issue of MReport magazine.

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Stress Tests? No Problem for These Banks

The nation's 33 largest bank holding companies were tested for their ability to lend under severely adverse economic scenarios that include an increase of 5 percentage points in the unemployment rate.

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Are Stress Tests Still Important? To the OCC, They Are

Stress tests have come under some scrutiny lately as to whether or not they are providing any new, relevant information seven years after the Federal Reserve disclosed the results of the first stress tests. To the OCC, however, stress tests are still relevant.

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