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CEO Risk-Culture, Bank Stability and the Case of the Silicon Valley Bank

"We use the recently failed #svb as a case study. Our [#machinelearning #textanalysis] findings indicate a weaker emphasis on #riskgovernance by SVB and an environment, particularly after 2011, where the #ceo became more dominant in influencing SVB’s #riskculture. We also show that despite recognition of the portfolio problems, SVB’s CEO’s tone indicated that #regulatorycompliance and #riskstrategy of the #bank would #mitigate these #risks. We observe an alignment between the #riskculture of SVB and other banks with the highest uninsured deposits as well as with two #us #gsibs."


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