The Nigeria Deposit Insurance Corporation (NDIC) is scheduled to host a regional workshop in Abuja, Nigeria bringing together leaders of African Deposit Insurance Agencies to share knowledge and expertise to strengthen the implementation of deposit insurance systems on the Continent.
The event which is scheduled to take place between the 4th and 7th of October is a Technical Assistance Workshop (TAW) under the auspices of the African Regional Committee (ARC) of the International Association of Deposit Insurers (IADI).
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The weeklong workshop with the theme “Normality in Turbulent Periods: The Stabilising Role of Deposit Insurance”, will explore issues such as the role of deposit insurance in early detection and timely intervention in resolving bank failures as well as crisis management and strengthening operational resilience of deposit insurance agencies.
Deposit Insurance organisations from more than 15 African countries including Angola, Botswana, Burundi, Ghana, Kenya, Senegal, Somaliland, Sudan, Tanzania, Uganda and Zimbabwe are expected to attend.
Representatives of Deposit Insurance Agencies from Chinese Taipei, Kenya, Indonesia, United States of America as well as the Financial Stability Institute (FSI) and the IADI Secretariat both in Basel, Switzerland are expected to form part of the resource persons and panellists at the Workshop.
The workshop is taking place against the backdrop of the 20th Anniversary of IADI which was established in May 2002 with a mission to share deposit insurance expertise with the world.
As a deposit insurer and member of the financial safety net in Nigeria, the NDIC is a founding member of IADI, a pioneer member of its executive council and a founding Chairperson of the Africa Regional Committee (ARC).