Government institutions, at the federal and state levels, whose responsibilities include regulation of banking, mortgages, securities, savings, pensions, and other financial services.
Promoting information exchange between those who regulate residential mortgage lending, servicing and brokering.
Includes advice on risk in investing, and suggestions as to how to ascertain the value (if any) of old securities.
Regulates and supervises the financial institutions and enterprises of Arizona.
Charged with regulating the safety and soundness of state financial institutions for which it serves as primary regulator, in order to assure public confidence in these institutions.
Responsible for the regulation of state chartered commercial banks, trust companies, industrial banks, money order companies, money transmitters, and foreign capital depositories.
The mission of the Division is to protect investors and maintain public confidence in the securities markets while avoiding unreasonable burdens on participants in the capital markets.
Annual conference promoting state-chartered banking.
Regulates and assists individuals and entities under its jurisdiction and serves, protects and educates the public as users of financial services.
Regulates State-chartered banks and trust companies for safety and soundness and non-depository financial services licensees for compliance with applicable laws.
Regulates banks, savings and loan associations, business and industrial development companies, trust companies, credit unions, lenders, collectors, companies that offer credit, mortgage brokers and bankers, stock brokers, investment advisers, money transmitters, cemeteries and issuers of securities.
Oversees state-chartered banks and thrifts, corporate fiduciaries, real estate brokers and agents, appraisers, timeshare/land sales, mortgage bankers and brokers, leasing agents, check printers, pawnbrokers, and auctioneers.
Includes a correspondence on the legality of the "Automatic Overdraft Protection Program".
Includes detailed description of the operations of pedlers of duff micro stocks, and how to avoid them.
Strives to maintain a regulatory environment that assures the citizens of Iowa are provided banking and other financial services that are safe, sound, profitable, and contribute to the economic well-being of the state and its communities.
The first state to regulate the securities industry (in 1911, preventing the sale of securities which had nothing behind them other than the "blue sky"). Now regulates and monitors the offering of securities and financial services within Kansas.
Regulates all state chartered banks and trust companies, savings and loan companies, mortgage businesses, and money transmitters, to ensure the safety and soundness of state chartered financial institutions.
Department organized into three: Division of Financial Institutions; Division of Securities; and Division of Administrative Services.
Divided into three major divisions based on general types of institutions regulated: the Depository Institutions Division; the Non-Depository Services Division; and the Securities Division.
Protects investors by investigating and prosecuting violations of the securities laws; licensing broker-dealers, sales representatives, and investment advisers; and reviewing registration statements and exemption filings for securities issuers that are seeking to sell in Maine.
Part of the Department of Labor, Licensing and Regulation.
Divided into sub-divisions of: Enforcement; Corporate Finance; and Licensing and Registration.
Responsibilities include insuring the financial soundness of financial and insurance companies and preventing unfair business practices.
Ensures the safety and soundness of the financial institutions chartered under state authority and monitors the institutions' compliance with governing laws and regulations.
With sections for consumers, seniors, insurance, securities, and the land board.
Comprised of two divisions, Financial Institutions, and Bureau of Securities.
Enforces regulations and licenses various financial activities, including depository, lending, collection and money transmission activities.
Protects the public interest by securing the safety and soundness of banking and by promoting fair competition.
Regulator of the banking, insurance and real estate industries in New Jersey.
Includes the Financial Institutions Division (which regulates banks and such-like entities), and the Securities Division (securities offerings and practices).
Regulates public utilities, telecommunications companies, and insurance companies, and assures pipeline and fire safety and with the registration of corporations.
Primary regulator for state-licensed and state-chartered financial entities and other financial institutions operating in New York.
Regulates state banks, trust companies, building and loan associations, mutual investment corporations, mutual savings corporations, banking institutions, and other financial corporations.
Mission is to strengthen the integrity of the marketplace for securities, franchises and commodities in North Dakota.
With a division for Financial Institutions (including sections for Banks, Consumer Finance, Credit Unions, and Savings), and a division for Securities.
Oversees registration of securities, business opportunities, takeovers, offerings of subdivided land, broker-dealers, and investment advisers.
Part of the Department of Consumer and Business Services.
Ensure the safety and soundness of state-chartered deposit-taking institutions.
Administers the Pennsylvania Securities Act of 1972. Investor information and Recent Enforcement Actions available.
Includes the Board of Accountancy, the Division of Banking Regulation, the Division of Insurance Regulation, and the Division of Securities Regulation.
Part of the Department of Labor.
Sets rules and procedures to ensure that investments sold in South Dakota meet standards of full disclosure. Standards apply to three types of investments: securities products, franchises and business opportunities.
Includes the Securities Division which licenses brokers, dealers and investigates fraud; and the Insurance Division, which regulates over 1,600 insurance companies and 60,000 agents.
Has legal responsibility for assuring the system of state-chartered banks, credit unions, and other financial institutions runs on a safe and sound basis.
Regulates the credit industry and educates consumers and creditors.
Charters, licenses, and regulates financial providers in the state of Texas to ensure that Texas has a safe and sound financial services system.
Divided into the Enforcement Division, the Registration Division, the Inspections and Compliance Division, the General Counsel Division, and the Staff Services Division.
Includes the Insurance Division, the Securities Division and the Banking Division.
Includes the Bureau of Financial Institutions (for state-chartered banks), Bureau of Insurance, and Division of Securities and Retail Franchising.
Includes the Banks Division, Consumer Services Division, Credit Unions Division and the Securities Division.
Part of the Department of Commerce, Labor and Environmental Resources, it oversees the state's financial services industry to foster and promote a sound and dynamic climate.
Dedicated to protecting Wisconsin citizens through financial regulation and education, ensuring the safety and soundness of Wisconsin financial institutions, protecting the investing public, and enhancing the viability and accessibility of the state's business record-keeping system.
Promotes a progressive banking environment, ensures fair and lawful consumer related financial transactions, provides the public with convenient, safe and competitive banking and allows for economic development.
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