"Silicon Valley Bank's deposits peaked at the end of the first quarter of 2022 and fell $25 billion, or 13%, during the final nine months of the year. That means deposits were declining during the period of KPMG's audit. If the decline was affecting the bank's liquidity when KPMG signed off on the audit report, that information likely should have been included. Since it wasn't, the question becomes, did KPMG know or should it have known what was going on?"
Fascinating expose of garbage at the deepest level
I may have to get the 4rd shot, but it depends on other countries. I got two weeks in Greece, a week in Amsterdamn, and I'm island hopping in the Caribbean for a few weeks this summer. If they require it, I'll do it. I don't care if I grow a third eye, or if the government can track my movements.