Three days later, what’s come of the SVB takeover?
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Since the collapse — and subsequent government takeover — of Silicon Valley Bank on Friday, the fallout on the wider financial system has led to a new federal lending program and the shutdown of Signature Bank. We talk with Karen Petrou, managing partner at Federal Financial Analytics, about what steps regulators have taken in the wake of the debacle — and what they may have missed in the leadup to the chaos. And, a word from the UK's top financial official on HSBC's acquisition of SVB's operations in that country.
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SVB collapsed on Friday. What's happened since?
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Regulators scramble to handle SVB debacle
Karen Petrou, managing partner at Federal Financial Analytics, takes us through what the government has been up to amid the bank's collapse.
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