Central banks rarely administer deposit guarantee schemes

Lower-middle income countries less likely to have such schemes

Most of the central banks responding to the Financial Stability Benchmarks 2022 serve jurisdictions where the authorities have established deposit guarantee schemes (DGSs).

Of the central banks that responded to a question on the subject, 25 out of 31, or 80.6%, said their jurisdiction has a DGS.

But in a clear majority of the jurisdictions with a DGS, the central bank does not have the power to administer the scheme. Of the 25 respondents from jurisdictions with such schemes, a total of 21

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