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What happened to SVB, cannot happen to banks in India

letter 118

What happened to SVB, cannot happen to banks in India

Letter # 118


It is an uncharacteristically strong statement to make, but I am unequivocally convinced: SVB-like situation cannot happen in India.


We write in ET how bank balance sheets in India are quantitatively different, and how regulation is not just stronger, but well adhered to. We end by sharing calculations that would allay market fears and banks will likely confirm the same during their respective conference calls.

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