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DICJDeposit Insurance Corporation of Japan
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The DICJ also has a bridge bank to carry on the business of the failed institution until another financial entity can take it over.
In 1974, the DICJ raised the upper limit on the amount to be protected from 1 million yen to 3 million yen, and in 1986 it upped the limit to 10 million yen.
With around JPY300bn in deposits and JPY30bn to JPY40bn in outstanding loans, the bank is now under the supervision of the DICJ.