CCAR Stresses Banks' Model Validation, Data Aggregation Capabilities

At a recent event held at The Metropolitan Club in Manhattan, industry experts discussed a range of topics, from modeling validation to analytics to risk technologies.

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Peyman Mestchian, Chartis' managing partner

As banks have gone through the Comprehensive Capital Analysis and Review (CCAR) process, one thing that has become abundantly clear is that just because you passed the test one year, complacency won't be tolerated as the Federal Reserve has added new requirements year on year.

For example, Morgan Stanley has passed CCAR all five times. But Jon Hill, executive director and head of market and operational risk model validation in the bank's Model Review Group, said that "[w]e constantly feel like

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