United States Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen is reportedly working with regulators to address Silicon Valley Bank collapse and protect investors, but not considering a major bailout.
Yellen made the comments during an interview with CBS News on March 12, claiming that regulators are designing “appropriate policies to address the situation” at the bank. She stated:
“During the financial crisis, there were investors and owners of systemic large banks that were bailed out, and we’re certainly not looking. And the reforms that have been put in place means that we’re not going to do that again. But we are concerned about depositors and are focused on trying to meet their needs.”
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Regarding the fact that most accounts at SVB are unsecured, Yellen noticed that regulators are “very aware of
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