Statement from Commissioner Michael Pieciak

Statement from Commissioner Pieciak: DFR staff have been directed to work remotely from home, and will continue to do so until further notice. The department is still conducting business, however the remote nature of our work may cause some temporary disruptions or delays in DFR services. Read the full letter for more information about contacting DFR.

Banking

Molly Dillon
Deputy Commissioner Molly Dillon
The Vermont Banking Division regulates and examines a variety of entities that include banks, credit unions, lenders, mortgage brokers, sales finance companies, debt adjusters, and money servicers in accordance with Title 8 and Title 9 of the Vermont Annotated Statutes. 

The Banking Division’s mission is to supervise business entities that offer financial services and products in such a way as:

  • To assure the solvency, liquidity, stability and efficiency of all such organizations;
  • To assure reasonable and orderly competition;
  • To maintain close cooperation with other supervisory authorities;
  • To protect consumers against unfair and unconscionable practices; and
  • To provide consumer education.

Please contact the Banking Division directly if you have questions or need help. Contact the Banking Division at 888-568-4547 or dfr.bnkconsumer@vermont.gov.

 

Banking - File a Complaint

Banking - Verify a License

Banking Bulletins, Orders, and Regulations

Contact Information

Department of Financial Regulation
Consumer Services 
89 Main Street, Montpelier, VT 05620 - 3101

802-828-3301
833-DFR-HOTLINE (toll free)
833-337-4685 (toll free)

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