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SVB collapse: What does it mean for Canadian customers?
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Canada's banking regulator has temporarily seized the assets of Silicon Valley Bank's (SVB) lone Canadian branch, after the California-based bank stunningly collapsed on March 10. HSBC agreed to buy SVB’s U.K. operations for one British pound, in a deal which ensures customer deposits will be protected. Anne Gaviola explains what's behind the California-based bank’s demise, and what it means for Canadian clients.

 


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SVB collapse: What does it mean for Canadian customers?
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Canada's banking regulator has temporarily seized the assets of Silicon Valley Bank's (SVB) lone Canadian branch, after the California-based bank stunningly collapsed on March 10. HSBC agreed to buy SVB’s U.K. operations for one British pound, in a deal which ensures customer deposits will be protected. Anne Gaviola explains what's behind the California-based bank’s demise, and what it means for Canadian clients.

 


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SVB collapse: What does it mean for Canadian customers?
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Canada's banking regulator has temporarily seized the assets of Silicon Valley Bank's (SVB) lone Canadian branch, after the California-based bank stunningly collapsed on March 10. HSBC agreed to buy SVB’s U.K. operations for one British pound, in a deal which ensures customer deposits will be protected. Anne Gaviola explains what's behind the California-based bank’s demise, and what it means for Canadian clients.

 


 

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SVB collapse: What does it mean for Canadian customers?
Category : Financial Technology
Hits : 14368
Canada's banking regulator has temporarily seized the assets of Silicon Valley Bank's (SVB) lone Canadian branch, after the California-based bank stunningly collapsed on March 10. HSBC agreed to buy SVB’s U.K. operations for one British pound, in a deal which ensures customer deposits will be protected. Anne Gaviola explains what's behind the California-based bank’s demise, and what it means for Canadian clients.

 

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