The fallout from Credit Suisse’s takeover by UBS is continuing to be felt across Europe. The move, which saw UBS step in to scoop up its former rival following months of speculation over Credit Suisse’s business affairs, has led to regulators in Europe saying they would look to write down the investments of shareholders as […]
Silicon Valley Bank collapse ripples across Europe
The collapse of Silicon Valley Bank (SVB) in the US has already had a ripple-effect across Europe, even as the long-term impact of the implosion remains murky. Late last week, the US bank – home to deposits for many of the country’s start-up tech firms – revealed it was looking to sell off assets in […]
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