Vanessa Cortez on LinkedIn: JPMorgan borrows from First Republic playbook to add affluent clients (2024)

Vanessa Cortez

Relationship Manager, Vice President J.P. Morgan Private ClientSouthern CaliforniaNMLS: 723838

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    JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon has noted a divergence in his #customer base, with lower-income #consumers running out of the cash cushion they had built up during the pandemic. He stated that these consumers no longer have excess savings. This sentiment is echoed by other banking executives, such as Wells Fargoโ€™s CEO of consumer lending, Kleber Santos, who described the situation as a "tale of two cities". Middle- and upper-class customers are faring well, while lower-income consumers are showing signs of financial stress.The net result? A credit squeeze with The Fed maintaining interest rates in a range of 5.25%-5.50%, the highest in almost a generation (22 years).https://lnkd.in/gYC_HW6X

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    ๐ŸšฉBANK TERM FUNDING PROGRAM (BTFP): < FOUR MONTHS TO GO? THEN ...๐Ÿšฉ๐ŸšฉAS MARK MOSS AND GEORGE GAMMON flagged in my posts earlier this week, the BTFP, which was deployed in the wake of SVB et al, is planned to wind down in March.๐ŸšฉREVERSE REPO "BUFFER" is also running down at the same time, yet we may not have seen the end to banking stress. Loan loss provisioning just started. And corporate bond spreads are blowing out.๐ŸšฉFDIC PRESENTED KEY TESTIMONY TO CONGRESS this week:* As of June 30, 2023, the Deposit Insurance Fund (DIF) balance totaled $117.0 billion, * down $11.3 billion (8.8 percent) from year-end 2022, primarily resulting from an increase in loss provisions associated with the failures of Silicon Valley Bank (SVB); Signature Bank NY,NY; and First Republic Bank (First Republic), SFO CA* A total of five banks failed so far in 2023, resulting in a combined estimated loss of $34.2 billion. As of June 30, 2023, the FDIC estimated the cost for the failures of SVB and Signature Bank to total $18.5 billion. * Of that estimated total cost of $18.5 billion, the FDIC estimated $15.8 billion was attributable to the cost of covering uninsured deposits as a result of the systemic risk determination made on March 12, 2023, following closures of SVB and Signature Bank. ๐ŸšฉQUESTION: WHAT IF A BEHEMOTH ran into a derivatives buzzsaw or credit event? JPM has $1.48 TRILLION in uninsured deposits within the USA and abroad. Beyond "too big to fail". And a USA money center bank and primary dealer for US Treasuries.๐ŸšฉFDIC WOULD BE OVERWHELMED in seconds, not to mention associated counterparties in a contagion scenario. Hopefully there is a plan; JPM CEO Dimon is selling ONE MILLION shares of JPM in 2024. Who is going to buy them?#jpm #fdic #wallstreetonparade #svb #reverserepo #frb #provisioning

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