Jaafar Khatteche, Chief Executive Officer - Fonds de Garantie des Dépôts Bancaires Tunisia
Noureddine Ben Hassen, Chairman - Comité de Surveillance - Fonds de Garantie des Dépôts Bancaires Tunisia
Lhassane Benhalima, Chairman - IADI Middle East and North Africa Regional Committee and General Director - Société Marocaine de Gestion des Fonds de Garantie des Dépôts Bancaires
Secretary General, International Association of Deposit Insurers-TBC
Marouene El Abbassi,Governor - Central Bank of Tunisia
Appropriate legal and regulatory framework for implementation of Single Customer View
Requirements for access to depositor records and IT systems
Communication with depositors in a crisis Relationship with the liquidator
Panellist 1 - TBC
Panellist 2 - TBC
Panellist 3 - TBC
Panel Moderator : TBC
Key design elements, procedures and approaches
Key lessons from Day 1
Implementing and assessing reimbursement processes that are compliant with the IADI Core Principles
Facilitators - TBC
Resolution Process of Banque Franco-Tunisienne (BFT)
Reimbursing Depositors: IADI Member Experiences
Laico Tunis is located at the heart of the city Centre, just miles away from Tunis-Carthage Airport. We are targeting a tailor-made service in a friendly setting with a key location and easy access. Laico Tunis Hotel is accessible from all the main streets of Tunis with 2 standard entrances and a VIP entrance (with its own elevators and doors) and more than 450 free parking spaces, all secured by more than 120 surveillance cameras and a very sophisticated security system .
The hotel has 305 distinguished rooms and suites, offering breathtaking views over the capital of Tunisia. The rooms and suites are completely renovated and luxuriously decorated. They all have free and unlimited Wi-Fi access, spacious bathroom, safe, trouser press, hairdryer, alarm clock, work desk, coffee and tea making facilities, and 24-hour room service. The hotel is an ideal place for business meetings and seminars. It has 12 unique meeting rooms that are amongst the most spacious in the entire country and equipped with the lastest high-tech equipments.
Deluxe Single room 345 TD/ Night
Executive Room 495 TD/ Night
Deluxe Suite 950 TD/ Night
Executive Suite 1700 TD/ Night
Offering a wide variety of culinary spaces including three restaurants, two lounges bars, a café Maure and a gourmet shop, Laico Tunis also invites you to end your day with a moment of well-being in its state of the art SPA center which melts the hearts of all visitors.
Please note that IADI Participants travelling to Tunisia may require a visa.
Visa Requirements: We kindly recommend you to visit the following links to get information about visa requirements of Tunisia.
Check if you need visa via the following link:
Find out if you need invitation letter:
The procedure to obtain the visa takes between 30 and 45 days so you are advised to register online promptly for the FGDB event.
List of Tunisian embassies and consulates: https://embassies.info/tunisia
Entry requirements by country/territory: https://www.discovertunisia.com/en/infos-pratiques/entry-requirements
Is a negative COVID-19 test (PCR and/or serology) required for entry? No
Are health screening procedures in place at airports and other ports of entry? No
Welcome to Tunisia, a land rich in history, culture, and natural beauty. This North African country is located on the Mediterranean coast and is known for its stunning beaches, ancient ruins, and bustling cities. In this brief presentation, we will take a look at the history of Tunisia, its touristic highlights, and the best places to visit. Tunisia has a long and fascinating history dating back to ancient times. It was once part of the Carthaginian empire, and later became a center of the Roman Empire. During the Arab conquest, Tunisia became a center of Islamic learning and culture, and its capital, Tunis, was a major city of the Islamic world. Today, Tunisia is a modern nation that has preserved its rich cultural heritage, and is known for its friendly people, delicious cuisine, and vibrant arts scene.
Tourism is an important part of Tunisia's economy, and the country is home to many beautiful landscapes, ranging from the rolling hills of the Atlas Mountains to the rolling sands of the Sahara Desert. The country's coastline is dotted with picturesque beaches, clear waters, and charming seaside towns, making it a popular destination for beachgoers. Tunisia is also home to many historic sites, including the ancient city of Carthage, the ruins of the Roman city of Dougga, and the medina of Tunis, a UNESCO World Heritage site. For those interested in history and culture, Tunis is a must-visit destination. The city is home to many museums and cultural institutions, including the Bardo Museum, which houses an impressive collection of Roman mosaics, and the National Museum of Carthage, which showcases the history of Carthage and its role in the ancient world. Tunis is also a hub for the arts, with a thriving theater scene and many galleries and exhibitions. If you're looking for a more relaxed, coastal experience, the town of Hammamet is a popular destination. This charming town is known for its stunning beaches, clear waters, and Mediterranean-style architecture. Another popular beach destination is Sousse, a lively town with a thriving nightlife scene and many cultural attractions, including the Ribat, a historic fortification that once served as a monastery. In conclusion, Tunisia is a rich and diverse country that has something to offer everyone. Whether you're interested in history, culture, or just soaking up the sun on a beautiful beach, Tunisia is a must-visit destination.
Or a tour of some archaeological sites, which never look more beautiful than when they are studded with flowers. Nature lovers can get off the beaten track and enjoy a walk through the forests and mountains of the north, or embark on a boat trip around the many islands dotted along the Tunisian coastline. If it’s hunting you’re into, you can hunt wild boar in several regions, including on the outskirts of the Sahara.
And if you prefer to take things a bit easier, let yourself be pampered in a thalasso centre or a spa to recover from the damage done by winter. If you’re in search of some serious relaxation you can choose from one of the country’s many resorts for days lounging by the beach and enjoying some delicious food, and nights living it up and letting your hair down. Springtime in Tunisia also marks the start of an impressive programme of festivals, from Jazz in Carthage to the return of DJ nights in nightclubs and lounge bars in several cities.