Prudential, Recovery & Resolution

FDIC recommends 'targeted coverage' model for deposit insurance reform

By Marie Kemplay
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The Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) has outlined three potential models for deposit insurance reform in the wake of recent banking disruption.

The FDIC’s report, published on May 1, reviewed the effectiveness of the current deposit insurance system, and whether changes to it could improve financial stability and reduce the ...

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