Large Financial Institution Supervisory Ratings
The FRB has proposed an overhaul to its supervisory ratings of large
financial institutions – essentially a specialized CAMELS standard focused
on the biggest BHCs and other companies under the FRB’s jurisdiction.
However, unlike CAMELS and the current BHC-rating system, a composite
rating would not apply; instead, the FRB would judge covered companies’
capital planning and adequacy, liquidity-risk management and adequacy,
and governance without combining these judgments into an overall safetyand-
soundness conclusion.