Stronger buffers for Indian bank deposits as world faces financial crisis

Customer confidence may improve if recovery time, insurance coverage is better

Anoushka Sawhney Business Standard New Delhi

American regulators shut down Silicon Valley Bank on March 10, allowing depositors access to their money three days later. Reforms have made India’s deposit insurance framework banking safer, but more

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First Published: Mar 17 2023 | 11:22 AM IST

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