Jaret Seiberg of TD Cowen, an analyst, said that the Federal Reserve’s review into SVB Financial’s collapse is likely to result in more capital and liquidity regulations for regional banks. Seiberg stated that the so-called TLAC rules which were initially thought to be applied only to regional banks with over $100 billion of assets, could now be applied to these banks. Seiberg expects to examine held-to maturity securities and a full liquidity coverage ratio testing for banks with more than $100 billion in assets. He also expects to review interest rate risk more closely. Seiberg doesn’t anticipate stress tests being applied to regional banks.