FDIC Refills Fund from Imposed Fees on Big Banks

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FDIC Refills Fund from Imposed Fees on Big Banks

With the latest bank collapses (e.g. SVB, First Republic), the FDIC (Federal Deposit Insurance Corp) plans to refill its Deposit Fund by imposing special fees on big banks. Fees will be charged based upon the size of their balance sheets and number of depositors. While smaller banks with less than $10bn in assets are exempt. [via Grit Capital]


TD’s Scraps Horizon Acquisition

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Regional US Banks Can’t Wait for 2023 To Be Over

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