JP Morgan CEO Jamie Dimon has stated that the banking crisis is “not yet over,” in recent comments made in his annual letter to shareholders. Moreover, stating that “even when it is behind us, there will be repercussions from it for years to come.”
The statements arrive following the recent failures of Silicon Valley Bank, Signature Bank, and Credit Suisse. Conversely, the former represents the largest bank failures in the United States since the 2008 financial crisis.
JP Morgan CEO Addresses Banking Crisis
The current state of American economics is one of the most interesting developments in the world of finance. Moreover, as macroeconomic factors continue to take their toll on the US like the potential national debt default and the fading relevance of the US dollar internationally, have only expounded concerns for the country’s economic outlook.
Now, JP Morgan CEO Jamie Dimon has recently stated that the banking crisis is “not yet over,” in a recent message to shareholders. Specifically, Dimon has noted that the crisis that took SVB Financial will have consequences for the sector in the future.
Additionally, Bloomberg reported that Dimon cited interest rate exposure and other facets as playing a vital part in the collapse of SVB. Subsequently, noting that the meeting of regulatory requirements is no longer enough for the sustenance of these banks.
Moreover, the JP Morgan CEO spoke on venture firms that moved their deposits in accordance with one another. Dimon stated, “All of these colliding factors became critically important when the marketplace, rating agencies, and depositors focused on them.”