Design of Macro-prudential Stress Tests
Pavel Zryumov and
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Dmitry Orlov: University of Rochester
Pavel Zryumov: University of PA
Research Papers from Stanford University, Graduate School of Business
We study the design of macro-prudential stress tests and capital requirements. The tests provide information about correlation in banks portfolios. The regulator chooses contingent capital requirements that create a liquidity buffer in case of a fire sale. The optimal stress test discloses information partially: when systemic risk is low, capital requirements reflect full information. When systemic risk is high, the regulator pools information and requires all banks to hold precautionary liquidity. With heterogeneous banks, weak banks determine level of transparency and strong banks are often required to hold excess capital when systemic risk is high. Moreover, dynamic disclosure and capital adjustments can improve welfare.
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Working Paper: Design of Macro-prudential Stress Tests (2018)
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