Representatives from the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation and Federal Reserve will be testifying before the United States House Financial Services Commission in a newly announced hearing investigating the collapse of two major banks.

In a March 17 notice, Representatives Maxine Waters (NYSE:) and Patrick McHenry — the ranking member and chair of the committee, respectively — said U.S. lawmakers would listen to testimony from federal financial regulators “in response to the failures of Silicon Valley Bank and Signature Bank (NASDAQ:)” in a March 29 hearing. FDIC chair Martin Gruenberg and Fed Vice Chair for Supervision Michael Barr are expected to appear before Congress.

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