Silicon Valley Bank Regulators found problems more than a year before the collapse

A little over a year before The collapse of Silicon Valley Bank threatened a generation of tech startups, and their backers appointed the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco a more senior team of examiners to assess the firm. They started shouting problem after problem.

When the upgraded staff took over, it fired off a series of formal warnings to the bank’s executives, pressuring them to fix serious weaknesses in operations and technology, according to people familiar with the matter.

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