EIS is a wholly owned subsidiary of Prüfungsverband deutscher Banken e.V.. Its purpose is to take the action envisaged in connection with deposit guarantee schemes.
EIS (Einlagensicherungs- und Treuhandgesellschaft mbH) is a limited liability company entered in the commercial register of Cologne Local Court (HRB 7291). The civil law framework within which it operates is determined by its legal form and articles of association.
The company's managing directors are its executive bodies.
Their duties are set forth in the schedule of responsibilities.
The organizational structure of EIS consists of:
The structure of EIS reflects its size and scope of services.
Alongside the managing directors and management assistance, there are four departments and the sections they oversee. The departments are:
Fully qualified lawyer
Depositor compensation / ED-Specification
Bank deposit guarantee schemes
Bank resolution / fiduciary transactions
These operating units are superintended by department and section heads.
The organizational structure of EIS is illustrated by the diagram below: