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In this podcast, Bert Van Roosebeke (IADI Secretariat, Basel) is joined by Jan Nolte (International Monetary Fund) to discuss e-money and how deposit insurers can play a role in protecting financial systems and consumers. The discussion is (in part) motivated by a recent IMF Departmental Paper, suggesting that with the growing importance of e-money issuers, a comprehensive, robust framework for regulation and safeguarding customer funds is critical.
In this podcast, Bert Van Roosebeke (IADI Secretariat, Basel) is joined by Julien Reid (Autorité des marchés financiers, Québec) to discuss how financial cooperatives are different from traditional banks and how this affects the work by IADI on resolution. Julien Reid explains the recent Guidance issued by IADI which aims at finding ways to maintain the cooperative nature also after resolution. He explains how activities by umbrella organisations, institutional protection schemes, deposit insurers and resolution authorities can contribute to that. Finally, Julien talks about IADI cooperation with the FSB on these issues and relevant future work.
How has the role of deposit insurers in banking resolution changed over time? Which are the changes in the availability of resolution tools across jurisdictions and the rules governing their use? Based on a recent IADI Policy Brief on Banking Resolution: Expansion of the Resolution Toolkit and the Changing Role of Deposit Insurers, our host Bert Van Roosebeke discusses these questions with Ryan Defina from the IADI Secretariat Research Unit in Basel, Switzerland.
How do North American deposit insurers test their crisis preparedness and how could contingency plan testing be further developed? Building on a recent RCNA Regional Research Paper on Contingency Plan Testing in North America, Bert Van Roosebeke, our host from the IADI Secretariat Research Unit discusses these questions with Rishanthi Pattiarachchi from the Canada Deposit Insurance Corporation (CDIC).