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Financial institutions should make frequent use of stress tests and have well-established risk measuring and monitoring systems to guard against the risks caused by rising interest rates, a committee made up financial regulators, including the NCUA, said last week.“Institutions should ensure their scenarios are severe but plausible in light of the existing level of rates and the interest-rate cycle,” said the advisory from the Federal Financial Institutions Examination Council.

Peter Westerman

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