Federal Reserve Issues Warning, Bank Drill

Federal Reserve Issues Warning, Bank Drills, Possible False Flag

Either the new Federal Reserve Chairman Janet Yellen is a prepper, or there is something afoot in the world of banking. Bankers typically talk in terms of contingency plans and liquidation programs, not prepping for disasters.

In January of this year, Supervisory Regulation (SR) 14-01 was issued in regarding the need for bank preparedness particularly for the eight bank holding companies (BHCs) in the United States. According to the memo, there are eight Bank Holding Companies that appear to be at risk and that risk threatens the financial stability of the United States. These eight companies are Bank of America Corporation, Bank of New York Mellon Corporation, PLC, Citigroup Inc., Goldman Sachs Group, Inc., JPMorgan Chase & Co., Morgan Stanley, State Street Corporation, and Wells Fargo & Company.

The memo, dated January 24, was the first one of the year. It was sent from Michael Gibson to the top banks to stress increased supervisory expectations.

Shortly after the “increased supervision” of the big eight, customers at other banks started getting notices of bank drills where services will be limited.

A similar email advisory went out to all of their customers. The Bank of Arizona, Bank of Oklahoma, and the Bank of Texas have all been mentioned as having this drill.

More at Federal Reserve Issues Warning, Bank Drills, Possible False Flag

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