Moody’s Analytics, a leader in risk measurement and management, today announced that it has been appointed by the European Banking Authority (EBA) to help assist with the design, implementation and reporting of stress test exercises.
Under the agreement, Moody’s Analytics will provide services that include analysis of previous stress test exercises data and methodologies, development of turnkey methodologies for benchmarking results of bottom-up stress tests, assistance with methodologies for the collection, management and storage of data, and development of turnkey and interactive tools for reporting and presentation of stress test data.
“Moody’s Analytics is pleased to have been selected by the EBA to assist with macroeconomic, top-down stress testing,” said Dr. Juan Licari, Senior Director for Moody’s Analytics in London. “Over the past decade, we have been actively engaged in the development of stress tests, a key risk management tool. Extensive data sources and the ability to link portfolio performance with macro drivers are at the core of our stress testing methodologies.”
For more information about the contract award, please visit http://ted.europa.eu/udl?uri=TED:NOTICE:47793-2013:TEXT:EN:HTML&tabId=1.
For more information about Moody’s Analytics macroeconomic stress testing solutions, please visit www.economy.com/stresstesting.
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