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A top-down stress testing framework for the Dutch banking sector

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  • Tijmen Daniëls
  • Patty Duijm
  • Franka Liedorp
  • Dimitris Mokas

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Stress tests have become an increasingly important tool for macroprudential policy makers and micro-prudential supervisors. DNB has developed an extensive top-down stress test framework to support its macro- and micro-prudential responsibilities. It is used to quantify financial stability assessments, to challenge calculations that banks provide in supervisory stress tests and to reinforce the link between macro risk assessment and micro-prudential actions. This paper explains DNB's topdown stress test framework with a focus on the characteristics of the Dutch banking sector.

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  • Tijmen Daniëls & Patty Duijm & Franka Liedorp & Dimitris Mokas, 2017. "A top-down stress testing framework for the Dutch banking sector," DNB Occasional Studies 1503, Netherlands Central Bank, Research Department.
  • Handle: RePEc:dnb:dnbocs:1503
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    1. Ivan Alves & Stijn Ferrari & Pietro Franchini & Jean-Cyprien Heam & Pavol Jurca & Sam Langfield & Sebastiano Laviola & Franka Liedorp & Antonio Sánchez & Santiago Tavolaro & Guillaume Vuillemey, 2013. "The structure and resilience of the European interbank market," ESRB Occasional Paper Series 03, European Systemic Risk Board.
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    1. Petr Polak & Jiri Panos, 2019. "The Impact of Expectations on IFRS 9 Loan Loss Provisions," Research and Policy Notes 2019/03, Czech National Bank.
    2. Financial Stability Committee, Task Force on cross-border Spillover Effects of macroprudential measures & Kok, Christoffer & Reinhardt, Dennis, 2020. "Cross-border spillover effects of macroprudential policies: a conceptual framework," Occasional Paper Series 242, European Central Bank.
    3. Robert Vermeulen & Edo Schets & Melanie Lohuis & Barbara Kolbl & David-Jan Jansen & Willem Heeringa, 2018. "An energy transition risk stress test for the financial system of the Netherlands," DNB Occasional Studies 1607, Netherlands Central Bank, Research Department.

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