Fact: A liquidator’s certificate is issued to the depositor by the Corporation for the unsecured balance being that portion of the deposit over TT$125,000. If, the realizations from the disposal of assets net of the subrogated claim of the deposit insurer results in a surplus, then unsecured balances would be paid on a pro rata basis.
Frequently Asked Questions
- What methods of payment may the DIC use in meeting its obligations to the depositors of a failed institution?
- What is a DIC certificate?
- If a person has an interest in more than one joint account, what is the extent of his or her insurance coverage?
- Does deposit insurance protect the interests of creditors other than depositors of a failed institution?
Did You Know?
- Misconception: Deposit insurance can be claimed while the member institution is still continuing in operation. - Fact: Deposit insurance is ONLY activated upon closure of a member institution.