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The Federal Reserve conducts annual supervisory stress tests of US banks and US intermediate holding companies with $50 billion or more in total consolidated assets to determine whether a bank has the capital to sustain itself through future hypothetical stress scenarios. As firms continue to enhance stress testing capabilities and respond to regulatory feedback, it is imperative that firms align finance, risk and strategy to accomplish these goals. Firms must begin to view stress testing as an integral tool for risk and capital management and as a driver of core business insights, rather than simply a regulatory requirement.
PwC has extensive knowledge and experience in design and execution across all components of risk management, capital planning and stress testing projects. We have the capabilities to successfully support firms in preparing, executing or enhancing each stage of the stress testing life cycle.
Managing Director, PwC US