In many jurisdictions retail deposits with banks are guaranteed by one of the government, a government-backed or a government-endorsed entity. Sometimes these deposit guarantors, also known as deposit insurers, fund themselves with a levy on banks. If the deposit guarantor is not the central bank, the finance ministry, or the government's debt office, it should be listed here.
Seguro de Depósitos Sociedad Anónima, which administers as trustee the Deposit Guarantee Fund.
Undertakes to pay in full the deposit amounts of legal entities and physical persons up to BGN 15,000.
Compensates depositors of an institution which can no longer meet its liabilities, up to a limit of 70,000 per depositor.
National Deposit Insurance Fund, which guarantees deposits up to one million forints.
IADI contributes to the stability of financial systems by promoting international cooperation and encouraging international contact among deposit insurers.
Guarantees up to a maximum principal of ¥10 million per depositor per financial institution, plus interest. For current deposits, until end March 2005, the full amount is protected.
Protects principal and interest of insured deposits up to KRW 50,000,000.
Gives statutory foundation, details of insurance, financial statements, and names of directors. [English/Spanish]
Deposits insured up to P 100,000.
The fond ochrany vkladov, providing protection to depositors in Slovakia.
The Deposit Guarantee Board covers deposits in banks and in securities firms up to SEK 250,000 for each client.
Site has some statistics relating to insured deposits, and more information in Chinese.
Manages a Fund to provide insurance for depositors should a member financial institution fail; includes mission, functions, resources, and contacts.
Federal deposit insurance protects the first $100,000 of deposits that are payable in the United States.
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