The KDIC currently has [[Memorandum of understanding|MOU]]s on Information Sharing and Mutual Cooperation with nine deposit insurers worldwide.
In an effort to share Korea's experience in economic development, the [[Ministry of Strategy and Finance]] launched the Knowledge Sharing Program (KSP) in 2004. This technical assistance program draws from Korea's policy-making experience and provides government officials of other countries with research findings, recommendations and training on specific topics relevant to the target country.
The KDIC also launched the Global KDIC Program in conjunction with the KSP in 2010. As a first step, the KDIC has participated in the KSP's program to help a foreign government to implement a deposit system, and hosted training programs on how to implement or improve the deposit insurance system.