Frequently Asked Questions
- In the event of a deposit transfer, how will a depositor know when and where he can withdraw his funds?
- What procedure does the DIC follow after an institution has been closed?
- When must a depositor file a claim?
- If a depositor has more than $125,000 (the current insured limit) in a failed institution and is paid $125,000 by the DIC, what happens to the amount in excess of $125,000?
Did You Know?
- Misconception: Depositors of a failed member institution have an unlimited time within which to make a claim on the Fund. - Fact: Depositors are granted a 12 month window in which to make a claim after which they can claim against the estate of the failed member. After the passage of 12 months, claims can only be made against the estate of the failed member institution payment for which would depend …