Silicon Valley Bank collapse: IU experts available to comment
President Biden assured customers of U.S. banks they should remain confident that their money is safe, despite the collapse of Silicon Valley Bank and Signature Bank over the weekend.
Federal regulators took emergency measures on Sunday to ensure the failure of the banks didn’t cause a larger financial crisis, and Biden said during a speech Monday that leaders and investors of banks that fail will be held accountable. IU experts are available to discuss the economic and political implications of the bank turmoil.
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Kenneth CarowKelley School of Business
Kenneth Carow is a professor of finance at the Indiana University Kelley School of Business Indianapolis. He teaches courses in corporate finance, financial risk management and financial institutions. His primary research interests include financial institutions and the deregulation of markets.
Banking, debt design, financial institutions, insurance, general finance.
Andreas HauskrechtKelley School of Business
Andreas Hauskrecht is a clinical professor of business economics and public policy at the IU Kelley School of Business. He can discuss the Silicon Valley Bank and Signature Bank collapses.
International economics and finance, money, banking, Vietnam.
Kristoph KleinerKelley School of Business
Kristoph Kleiner is an economist and associate professor of finance at the IU Kelley School of Business and has been a visiting scholar at the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation. He can discuss the Silicon Valley Bank and Signature Bank collapses.
Unemployment, small business, bankruptcies and foreclosures, bank loans, job market, labor issues in finance.
Vidhura TennekoonDepartment of Economics
Vidhura S. Tennekoon is an assistant professor of economics at IUPUI. Before joining IUPUI in 2014, he worked at the Department of Economics of the University of Oklahoma and Eastern Washington University. He also has professional experience as a central banker.
Econometric forecasting, health policy, health economics, interest rates, inflation, monetary policy, banking, Sri Lanka.
Zhenyu WangKelley School of Business
Zhenyu Wang is a professor of business finance and the Edward E. Edwards Professor at the IU Kelley School of Business. He was formerly a vice president at the Federal Reserve Bank of New York. Wang is available to discuss the Silicon Valley Bank collapse.
Financial markets, financial intermediation, derivatives securities, risk management, portfolio management, financial econometrics.
Kindred WinecoffDepartment of Political Science
William Kindred Winecoff is an associate professor of political science at Indiana University Bloomington. His research considers the politics of the global economy, including economic crises, financial systems, central banking and world trade.
International political economy, politics of economic crises, central banking, international finance, international trade and trade agreements, global interdependence.
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