The Largest Banking Failures Since 2008

The Biggest Banking Failures Since 2008

SVB is the most important retail financial institution to fail since 2008.

US regulators shuttered Silicon Valley Financial institution (SVB) on Friday and took management of its deposits, in what quantities to the largest retail banking failure for the reason that international monetary disaster.

The transfer follows a dramatic 48 hours that noticed the high-tech lender’s share value plummet amid a run on deposits by involved prospects.

Under are a number of the greatest retail banking failures, ranked by the worth of their belongings once they collapsed:

  • HBOS (United Kingdom), on 09/17/2008 (Round $811 billion)
  • Washington Mutual (United States), on 09/25/2008 ($307 billion)
  • Silicon Valley Financial institution (United States), on 03/10/2023 ($209 billion)
  • Sachsen LB (Germany), on 08/26/2007 (Round $92 billion)
  • Bradford & Bingley (United Kingdom), on 09/29/2008 (Round $63 billion)
  • IndyMac (United States), on 07/11/2008 ($32 billion) 

As well as, the worldwide monetary disaster additionally noticed the failure of various company and funding banks, marked by the dramatic chapter of Lehman Brothers on September 15, 2008. 

Its belongings on the time have been value $639 billion.

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