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ChartWatch — CCAR banks' capital plans

Afterthe Comprehensive Capital Analysis and Review, the largest bank holdingcompanies in the U.S. rolled out their dividend and buyback plans for the nextfour quarters.

Observersnoted that the plans were more aggressivein returning their stored-up capital to shareholders, and a handful areexpected to breach a 100% payout ratio. "It appears as if theseinstitutions have become more comfortable with the regulatory capital planningprocess, allowing for plan submissions to include higher dividend payouts andgreater share buybacks," rating agency DBRS stated in a July 5 report.

Thirtyof the 33 banks subject to the stress-testing exercise received a nonobjectionto their capital plans, though Morgan Stanley received a conditional nonobjection,requiring it to resubmit its capital plan by Dec. 29.

Belowis a look at the details of the capital plans that received a nonobjection, collectedon a best-efforts basis.

To view the Federal Reserve-run 2016 Comprehensive Capital Analysis and Review: Assessment Framework and Results, click here.

To view a template that shows the capital plans for the 33 participating companies, click here.

Click to access a template with the Federal Reserve-run 2016 CCAR results and supplemental data for the participating bank holding companies.

To view a video training session on CCAR and DFAST, click here.