- Investment Adviser Look-Up
- Reminder: Do NOT Give Personal Information Over the Phone
- Free Credit Freezes Now Available
- Rental Security Deposit Questions or Complaints
- No Action Position Regarding Sales Finance Companies
- No Action Position on Mortgage Servicer Licensure Requirement for Licensed Consumer Collection Agencies
- ABCs of Banking - Banks, Thrifts and Credit Unions
The Department of Banking is committed to protecting Connecticut citizens in transactions with financial institutions, as directed by state law, and in assisting with complaints and dispute resolution. Agency employees will promptly assist consumers with issues involving banks, credit unions, investment problems, mortgage lending and other consumer credit matters, foreclosure assistance and issues involving rental security deposits.
The Department of Banking regulates the financial services industry in Connecticut. We are the primary state regulator for securities, consumer credit and state-chartered banks and credit unions. We advocate for consumer and investors, and license and regulate individuals and businesses that fall under our jurisdiction.
Commissioner Jorge Perez
The Department of Banking is strongly committed to maintaining a standard of excellence in meeting its regulatory responsibility, while at the same time promoting a business friendly climate in Connecticut.