As an international bank in Puerto Rico the Bank does not offer any type of banking/depository insurance for depositors. The Bank is not insured by the FDIC in the United States. Typically this type of insurance becomes necessary in a system where banks are lending out a substantial portion of their capital, thus exposing them to substantial counter-party risk. Since Euro Pacific Bank makes no loans and keeps a 100% reserve deposit ratio, depositors can be assured that the risk of default is extremely low. To read more about the the strong solvency provisions undertaken by the bank, please review the previous question.