The acquisition by unit First–Residents Financial institution & Belief Firm contains the acquisition of about $72 billion of Silicon Valley
Financial institution’s belongings at a reduction of $16.5 billion, the FDIC mentioned in an announcement.
“The FDIC estimates the price of the failure of Silicon Valley Financial institution to its Deposit Insurance coverage Fund (DIF) to be roughly $20 bil-lion. The precise value shall be decided when the FDIC terminates the receivership,” the assertion on Monday mentioned.
The FDIC has acquired rights in First Residents BancShares inventory with a possible worth of as much as $500 million as a part of the deal, the assertion mentioned.
The 17 former branches of SVB will open as First–Residents banks on Monday.
Roughly $90 billion in securities and different belongings from SVB will stay in receivership for dispersal, the regulator added.
First Residents has round $109 billion in belongings and complete deposits of $89.4 billion.