Systems under Development
IADI member organisations are frequently called upon to provide counsel addressing the establishment of a deposit insurance system. Please contact IADI Regional Chairpersons for assistance and information through IADI Service.
|1. Angola||2. Bhutan||3. Cambodia|
|4. Costa Rica||5. Curacao and Sint Maarten||6. Ethiopia|
|7. Gambia||8. Georgia||9. Grenada|
|10. Guyana||11. Israel||12. Kuwait|
|13. Liberia||14. Malawi||15. Mauritius|
|16. Myanmar1||17. Namibia||18. New Zealand2|
|19. Panama||20. Qatar||21. Saudi Arabia|
|22. Seychelles||23. South Africa||24. Syria|
|25. Swaziland||26. Tunisia||27. Turks and Caicos Islands|
|28. United Arab Emirates||29. Zambia|
(Updated 22 September 2017)
1 Deposit insurance is provided by Myanmar Insurance Agency, the state-owned enterprise as a representative of government. No rules and regulations for deposit insurance. If bank is bankrupt, the government will reimburse.
2 Deposit Insurance in New Zealand was introduced as a provisional system in response to the Global Financial Crisis. No deposit insurance in place today.