Definitions for "CDIC"
Keywords:  canada, crown, canadian, agf, gics
Canada Deposit Insurance Corporation. a federal Crown corporation created to protect the money deposited into CDIC member financial institutions in case of their failure.
Canadian Depository Insurance Corporation. A federal crown corporation set up to protect deposited money in financial institutions in case of their failure. Mutual funds are not protected by the CDIC. AGF Trust GICs are protected under the CDIC.
Canada Deposit Insurance Corporation. A federal Crown corporation established in 1967 to protect Canadian currency deposits against the possible failure of member financial institutions (which include banks and trust and loan companies). As a general rule, eligible deposits are protected up to a maximum of $60,000 per person, including principal and interest, at each member institution.
Combined Division Interrogation Center
Keywords:  china, daily, company, information
China Daily Information Company