OTTAWA – August 21, 2019 – The Canada Deposit Insurance Corporation’s (CDIC) 2019 Annual Report was tabled today in Parliament.
OTTAWA – August 6th, 2019 – The Canada Deposit Insurance Corporation (CDIC) welcomes Duo Bank of Canad a to its membership. Headquartered in Mississauga, Ontario, Duo Bank grew out of Walmart Canada Bank, which was founded in 2010.
OTTAWA – May 29, 2019 – The Canada Deposit Insurance Corporation today welcomed the coming into force of its Resolution Planning By-law.
Following the global financial crisis, CDIC was designated the resolution authority for Canada’s domestic systemically important banks (D-SIBs), a mandate change made official when our Act was amended in 2017.
OTTAWA – May 27, 2019 – Canada Deposit Insurance Corporation is laying the groundwork to strengthen protection for deposits held in trust at member institutions with the publication in the Canada Gazette (Part 1) of CDIC’s Co-owned and Trust Deposit Disclosure By-law.
OTTAWA – May 23, 2019 – Minister Finance Minister Bill Morneau today announced the appointment of J. Martin Castonguay to the Board of Directors of CDIC, for a term of four years.
OTTAWA – May 17, 2018 – The Canada Deposit Insurance Corporation (CDIC)’s Corporate Plan Summary was tabled today in Parliament.
TORONTO – May 15, 2019 – The Canada Deposit Insurance Corporation (CDIC) is taking steps to modernize its reimbursement program and systems in the event of a member institution failure with the ultimate goal of providing Canadians with access to their protected savings on the day the failure of a member institution is announced. CDIC President and CEO Peter Routledge, discussed this plan during a panel discussion at the corporation’s annual public meeting.
(Speaking Notes by Peter Routledge, President and CEO, CDIC Conference – May 9, 2019)
My memories of the global financial crisis are still so vivid, I think it incredible to note that we’re more than 10 years beyond its arrival. I was at Moody’s Canada during that time and have since held senior roles with the National Bank of Canada and the Department of Finance, so I suppose you could say I’ve seen the industry, and the aftermath of the crisis, from all sides. Perhaps it’s no surprise then, that in my new role as CEO of Canada Deposit Insurance Corporation, I am obliged to think instead that we are 10 years closer to the next one. So, I ask myself, will we be ready?
The Government of Canada has amended the Canada Deposit Insurance Corporation (CDIC) Act to modernize and enhance Canada’s deposit insurance framework. The changes will come into force in two phases – April 30, 2020 and April 30, 2021 – to allow CDIC, its member institutions, and other stakeholders to make procedural or operational adjustments.