Analysis, Financial Stability

APAC regulators boost bank deposit insurance schemes

By Natasha Teja
Regulators in Asia-Pacific want to strengthen bank deposit insurance schemes. Image via Getty

Hong Kong, Singapore and New Zealand move to beef up bank-funded deposit insurance regulations, with more Asian countries likely to follow suit, after alarming rapid bank runs in the US.

In the past month alone, three key financial watchdogs in Singapore, Hong Kong and New Zealand have announced ...

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