TMSF assurance comes to commercial accounts: ‘Assurance for 300 Billion…’

Deposit assurance will be introduced in commercial accounts in banks. The companies in the SDIF will be sold and operated by the private sector.

According to the news of Zübeyde Yalçın from Sabah, An important step will be taken in the coming days, which closely concerns tradesmen and SMEs. Deposit guarantees will also be introduced for commercial accounts in banks.

The AK Party continues its preparations for the bill that it will bring to the Parliament’s agenda in the coming days. The following are planned within the scope of the proposal:


Currently, only real persons are guaranteed for deposits in banks. In the event that the bank goes bankrupt, up to 200 thousand liras of the citizen’s deposit is insured, that is, it is paid by the state.

The scope of the guarantee will be expanded with the offer. Commercial accounts in banks up to 200 thousand lira will be secured. Especially SMEs and tradesmen will benefit from this. Within the scope of the arrangement to be made, around 300 billion liras of commercial deposits will be secured.


It was concluded that it would be more efficient for companies transferred to the SDIF to be managed by the private sector instead of the state. It will be done in an order based on the fact that the potential of the companies cannot be fully realized within the general functioning of the state.

The companies in the SDIF will be sold quickly. The money from the sale will be blocked in the bank and will be profited. As a result of the lawsuit, if the owner of the company wins, the money will be returned, and if he loses, it will go to the Treasury.


Details of the regulation planned to be made regarding the trustees appointed to the companies within the SDIF began to emerge.

The assurance to be brought to the trustees appointed to SDIF companies will be similar to the Ministry of Justice system. In case of any lawsuit, if there is a fault of the institution, it will recourse to the institution, if there is a fault of the trustee, it will recourse to the trustee.

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