The Basel Committee on Banking Supervision said that “more work remains to be done” by regulators to fully apply its rules on bank stress tests.
“Stress testing has become a key component of the supervisory assessment process as well as a tool for contingency planning and communication,” the group said in a statement on its website. “Countries are, however, at varying stages of maturity in the implementation” of guidelines the group issued in 2009.
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