(Bloomberg) -- BlackRock endorsed stress tests of mutual funds and reiterated its view that individual asset managers don’t pose a risk to the financial system.

Stress tests of mutual and private funds would help ensure “robust portfolio liquidity risk management,” New York-based BlackRock, the world’s largest asset manager, told the Financial Stability Oversight Council in a summary of a letter released Thursday.

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