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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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Got Capital? Banks Will Have to Prove It

Under a newly proposed rule, the largest U.S. banks will have to prove that they have enough cash set aside for business operations up to a year to lower liquidity risk among the institutions to reduce the chances of yet another crash.

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OCC Head Emphasizes Innovation in Finance

In his speech at the American Banker Retail Banking Conference in Las Vegas today, Comptroller of the Currency Thomas Curry spoke to the importance of innovation in the financial services industry–especially amidst the constantly changing technological environment.

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