Transitioning from Blanket to Limited Deposit Guarantees: Thailand Policy Considerations
In the context of Thailand's unique banking system structure - highly concentrated in both banks and large depositors - the paper proposes an innovative two-tier hybrid DIS model. A publicly administered compulsory system would provide protection for low coverage level bank deposits similar to the approach adopted by Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) and Canada Deposit Insurance Corporation (CDIC); and a private/public system similar to that used in Germany would provide additional protection for high coverage level bank deposits on voluntary basis. The paper also offers some rule-based check lists, policy recommendations and implications.
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