US Banking System – Regulatory Reactions to the Collapse of SVB & Regional Bank Run Contagion

  • Public Equity
  • Financials
  • North America


Former executive at Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (OCC)


  • Potential contagion risk following the recent closures of Silvergate Bank (NYSE: SI), Silicon Valley Bank (SVB; NASDAQ: SIVB) and Signature Bank (NASDAQ: SBNY)
  • Analysis of why previous stress tests and regulatory supervisory failed for the banks recently appointed to receivership
  • Structure and implications of the BTFP (Bank Term Funding Program) – how does this impact industry structure, risk appetite and bank compliance mechanics?
  • Reflections on President Biden's recent statements on the US banking sector, noting expectations for longer-term regulation
  • 2023 outlook and potential changes, including discussion on CDARS (Certificates of Deposit Account Registry Service)


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