“Stress Tests” Done, Now What?

With the government’s “stress tests” now completed on the nation’s largest  banks, School of Management risk expert Mark T. Williams, a former Federal Reserve bank examiner, looks at the lessons learned and what happens next.  “Stronger capital requirements, better regulatory risk oversight, and banks with a stronger handle on fundamental risk-management principles should help reduce the chance of another banking meltdown,” he says in a Reuters commentary.

Contact Mark T. Williams, 617-358-2789, williams@bu.edu

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