CCAR 2018 summary instructions and scenarios overview

Federal Reserve Board Vice Chairman for Supervision Randall Quarles has advocated tailoring the post-crisis regulations.

On February 2, 2018 the Federal Reserve Board (FRB) released the “Comprehensive Capital Analysis and Review (CCAR) 2018 Summary Instructions” containing information including CCAR 2018 requirements. Key differences in CCAR 2018 vs. 2017 instructions include:

  • Changes to regulatory capital rules
  • Impact on tax cut and jobs act
  • Mark risk component for certain IHCs 
  • Attestation requirements for LISCC firms
  • Limited adjustments to planned capital actions
  • Reduced supporting documentation
  • Accounting standards

CCAR 2018 Summary Instructions and Scenarios Overview

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