Deposit Insurance Law

Deposit Insurance Law

Legislation in Japan that established the Deposit Insurance Corporation of Japan. The law requires the DICJ to reimburse all lost funds of depositors up to a certain amount in the event of a bank failure. The Deposit Insurance Law was designed to stabilize the Japanese banking sector and to reduce the pressure for bank runs. It was passed in the early 1970s and has been amended several times since.
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The draft amendment draft was developed with the relevant authority to approve the Law on Central Bank, the Banking Law, the Bank's Deposit Insurance Law, the Sustainability of the Banking Sector, the National Payment System, and the Combating Money Laundering Financing Law, and approved by the State Great Hural."
Entity-level banking and banking agency laws have already been passed, and delay in passage of the new deposit insurance law affects the modernization of the country's banking sector legislation,' Mr.
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The amendments to the deposit insurance law will ultimately redound to the benefit of the depositing public.
Fitch believes Japan's Deposit Insurance Law (DIL) provides the legislative framework to enable the resolution authority to bail-in senior debt (convert to equity or write-off the notes) and Specified Measure 2 (SM2) set forth in Article 126-2 of the DIL to be the mechanism by which an "orderly resolution" can be achieved.
Germany has introduced a new deposit insurance law that is expected to strengthen its bank deposit insurance system.
The bill also modified the deposit insurance law to allow the Deposit Insurance Corporation of Japan to invest public funds in securities and insurance companies to help prevent financial crises.
The bill revising the deposit insurance law creates a fund to support the restructuring of savings banks, which have been under pressure due to their exposure to the rocky real estate sector.
As the bank is part of Russia's deposit insurance system, its depositors will be recouped under the deposit insurance law.
Currently, an injection of public funds into a single bank is allowed only when there are fears of a financial system crisis, according to Section 102 of the Deposit Insurance Law.
An FDIC spokesman said, "The bank should have let these people know (when they took out the mortgage) that this was subject to the deposit insurance law. There's nothing we can do about it.
Entity level banking and banking agency laws have already been passed, and delay in passage of the new deposit insurance law affects the modernization of the countrys banking sector legislation.
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