Markets person rallied aft a radical of US banking giants stepped successful to rescue a smaller determination lender, which had been seen arsenic astatine hazard of failure.
Investors' worries implicit a situation successful the banking assemblage were eased aft 11 US banks injected $30bn (£24.8bn) into First Republic.
Recent slope collapses successful the US person raised fears implicit the wellness of the banking system.
Japan's Nikkei stock scale closed higher, helped by rising slope stocks.
European shares are besides expected to unfastened up erstwhile trading begins.
The 11 US banks who announced the enactment said the enactment reflected their "confidence successful the country's banking system".
US fiscal officials said: "This amusement of enactment by a radical of ample banks is astir welcome, and demonstrates the resilience of the banking system."
After the nonaccomplishment of 2 US banks successful the past week - Silicon Valley Bank and Signature Bank - investors person been disquieted that different banks could besides beryllium astir to collapse.
Shares successful San Francisco-based First Republic had sunk astir 70% implicit the past week, amid fears it would beryllium the adjacent slope astatine hazard of a unreserved of customers withdrawing their deposits.
But the rescue program by the 11 banks, led by JP Morgan and Citigroup, boosted banal markets, and shares successful First Republic were up much than 20% astatine 1 point.
However, determination are signs that not each worries person been eased.
Shares successful First Republic dropped 20% successful after-hours commercialized aft the slope said its was suspending its dividend - its outgo to shareholders - "during this play of uncertainty".
Swetha Ramachandran, concern manager astatine GAM Investments, said authorities were moving "proactively" to halt the problems spreading passim the banking sector.
"What they're trying to bash is truly ringfence the circumstantial issues astir idiosyncratic isolated banks to halt them from becoming systemic," she told the BBC's Today programme.
"So this is precise antithetic to 2008 which was a wide contented crossed the banking sector."