The recent failure of Signature Bank, a New York-based bank, has raised questions about the company's priorities and financial management. According to reports, the bank's executive team spent millions of dollars producing music videos and TV shows about themselves, raising concerns about the company's focus on self-promotion rather than financial stability.

The bank's apparent lack of financial prudence has led many to question whether the bank was too focused on its image rather than its financial health. It is surprising that a bank with such a high profile and well-respected client base would prioritize such activities over sound financial management.