WASHINGTON — Federal regulators on Tuesday finalized measures requiring annual stress tests for all medium- and large-sized banks.

Under the Dodd-Frank Act, banks with more than $10 billion of assets must meet annual stress-test requirements established by their primary federal regulator. The requirements accompany separate provisions in the financial reform law instituting stress-test procedures — managed by the Federal Reserve Board — for systemically important companies.

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