Federal Reserve Vice Chair for Supervision Randal Quarles delivered keynote remarks at a Brookings Institution event on monetary policy and financial regulation. He outlined the core elements and proposed changes to the central bank’s stress testing program, which measures whether financial firms have enough money to withstand economic downturns. Following remarks by Mr. Quarles, a panel of economic scholars and financial regulatory attorneys analyzed the Federal Reserve’s monetary policies and the state of financial regulation. The discussion was moderated by Aaron Klein.
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