All clinical data were anonymized by the CDARS
, and all potential patient identifiers were removed upon return of database searches.
The law didn't allow credit unions to go the extra step to use CDARS
This has led consumers looking for additional, long-term security to turn to banks enrolled in the CDARS
program, which is offered free of charge to bank customers.
The idea for CDARS
came from the experiences of three bank regulators who observed large public deposits being channeled out of local community banks and into the money markets during the 1990s.
After only one week of offering CDARS
, Community Bank is among the leaders in our national network,'' said Mark Jacobsen, president and chief operating officer of Promontory Interfinancial Network LLC, which operates the program.
, banks can provide investors--individuals and institutions with up to $5 million in federal deposit insurance.
MainStreet Bank was the first bank headquartered in the Commonwealth of Virginia to offer CDARS
-- a solution that provides multi-million-dollar FDIC insurance.
, banks can now distribute customer funds into FDIC-insured certificates of deposit (CDs) at different banks without the use of a broker.
NCB is contacting customers nationwide to promote its membership in the CDARS
Metropolitan National Bank, one of the few banks in the New York region able to offer Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation coverage on deposits up to $50 million through a program called CDARS
, is attracting significant new business in the wake of recent bank closures, according to Mark R.
Everyone is talking about CDARS
(Certificate of Deposit Account Registry Service) and how to use this service to grow your institution's deposits.
Certificates of Deposit and CDARS
at June 30, 2011 were up $11.