The Estimation of Deposit Insurance with Interest Rate Risk
This paper uses the transformed data method proposed in Duan (1994) to develop a maximum likelihood procedure for the estimation of the deposit insurance pricing model of Duan, Moreau and Sealey (1995). An empirical analysis is carried out on ten large US banks to illustrate the proposed methodology, and the results are compared to those obtained woth the modified Ronn and Verma approach used in Duan, Moreau and Sealey (1995). The findings reveal that the maximum likelihood estimates produce large estiomates of the deposits insurance premia, when compared to the modified Ronnand Verma (1986) approach.
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