Silicon Valley lost its bank. Expect ‘zombie VCs’ and dark times for startups.

The fall of Silicon Valley Bank could lead to the rise of zombies.

The bank’s implosion exacerbates cracks that had already been forming in venture funding and that will linger for at least two years, a dozen leaders in the venture-capital field told MarketWatch in a series of interviews. This, they say, will lead to dark days for startups that need funding, a change in the relationship between venture-capital firms and founders, and a rise in so-called zombie VCs.


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