Beverly Hirtle

Beverly Hirtle

Senior Vice President
Financial Intermediation Function
Federal Reserve Bank of New York
33 Liberty Street
New York, NY 10045

Phone (212) 720-7544
beverly.hirtle@ny.frb.org

   
Working Papers

Parsing the Content of Bank Supervision
With Paul Goldsmith-Pinkham and David Lucca
Federal Reserve Bank of New York Staff Report, Number 770, March 2016

The Impact of Supervision on Bank Performance
With Anna Kovner and Matthew Plosser
Federal Reserve Bank of New York Staff Report, Number 768, March 2016

Evaluating the Information in the Federal Reserve Stress Tests
With Mark Flannery and Anna Kovner
Federal Reserve Bank of New York Staff Report, Number 744, October 2015

Supervising Large, Complex Financial Institutions: What Do Supervisors Do?
With Thomas Eisenbach, Andrew Haughwout, Anna Kovner, David Lucca, and Matthew Plosser
Federal Reserve Bank of New York Staff Report, Number 729, August 2015

Supervisory Stress Tests
With Andreas Lehnert
Federal Reserve Bank of New York Staff Report, Number 696, November 2014

Bank Holding Company Dividends and Repurchases during the Financial Crisis
Federal Reserve Bank of New York Staff Report, Number 666, March 2014

The Capital and Loss Assessment under Stress Scenarios (CLASS) Model
With Anna Kovner, James Vickery, and Meru Bhanot
Federal Reserve Bank of New York Staff Report, Number 663, February 2014

Macroprudential Supervision of Financial Institutions: Lessons from the SCAP
With Kevin Stiroh and Til Schuermann
Federal Reserve Bank of New York Staff Report, Number 409, November 2009

Public Disclosure, Risk, and Performance at Bank Holding Companies
Federal Reserve Bank of New York Staff Report, Number 293, July 2007

Credit Derivatives and Bank Credit Supply
Federal Reserve Bank of New York Staff Report, Number 276, February 2007

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