WASHINGTON — The Federal Reserve is looking for advice and insight into how it might improve its annual stress-testing regime, but banks and industry observers say the central bank is unlikely to touch the aspect of the tests that bothers them most: its secrecy.

Bankers remain concerned about the models the Fed uses in its Comprehensive Capital Analysis and Review, arguing it is a black box that makes it hard to evaluate.

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