When an institution has been closed by the Central Bank and a winding-up order is issued by the Court, each depositor will be notified in writing at the depositor’s last address on record with the institution. This notification will be mailed shortly after the institution closes. Notification will also be …
Frequently Asked Questions
- What methods of payment may the DIC use in meeting its obligations to the depositors of a failed institution?
- If two or more persons, for example a husband and wife, have, in addition to the individually owned accounts of each, a valid joint account in the same insured institution, is each account separately insured?
- When can an eligible depositor expect to receive his or her money?
- How quickly will the Liquidator make payments on certificates?
Did You Know?
- Misconception: Certificates, deposit books and other documentary evidence of deposits held in a member institution are not relevant to making claims in the event of a failure. - Fact: A claim, supported by appropriate proof, must be made to the Deposit Insurance Corporation before payment of deposit insurance can be made. As such, all information including certificates, deposit books bank statements etc. would be required to facilitate a smooth payout process. See Tips for Depositors.