Billionaire investor Warren Buffett reportedly spoke with Biden administration officials in recent days about contending with the banking crisis.
No formal statement has been released about the conversations, but sources told Bloomberg News they focused, in part, on investments into the U.S. regional banking sector.
Buffett, 92, also offered broad advice on how to deal with the financial situation, per the report.
The world’s 6th richest man Warren Buffett has been in contact with the Biden administration amid the U.S. regional banking crisis, per Bloomberg.
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Buffett has given advice, and the calls have reportedly also centered around Buffett potentially investing in struggling banks. pic.twitter.com/U0NkK1Vhn8
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News of the talks come after Silicon Valley Bank, Signature Bank, and Silvergate Bank collapsed this month, after which
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