IADI publishes results of annual survey on deposit insurance and financial safety net frameworks
IADI has published the results of its 2020 global survey on deposit insurance and financial safety net frameworks . The results are based on responses collected from 110 deposit insurance systems (DIS) across the world, representing approximately 85% of jurisdictions globally. Through this survey, IADI shares its knowledge on deposit insurers’ key characteristics such as mandates and governance, membership and coverage, funding and their role in financial system crisis management and bank resolution.
Survey results show that many jurisdictions continue to strengthen their deposit insurance systems and are moving towards closer alignment with the IADI Core Principles for Effective Deposit Insurance Systems in a number of areas.
In addition to the International Survey, the Association has been monitoring the global situation related to COVID-19 and its impact on deposit insurers. Some of the key findings from these surveys can be found at: IADI COVID-19 resources. IADI will continue to monitor the COVID-19 situation and will be issuing a new survey in the weeks ahead to gather updates on new developments.
In the latest annual survey some of the most notable developments were in areas such as the ongoing evolution of mandates, coverage, improvements in reimbursement periods and increases in the use of differential premiums systems.
An excerpt of the survey responses has been published on IADI’s website and Members and Associates of the Association are granted access to the full set of information. Any queries regarding IADI’s annual survey and deposit insurance database can be addressed to IADISurvey@IADI.org.
To find the details, please see the Press Release.