Office of the Commissioner of Financial Regulation

 

Depository Financial Institutions Regulated by Other Agencies

 

View a List of the Largest Banks in Maryland Regulated by Other Agencies
 

  • National Banks: Many national banks are distinguished by the words "national" or "national association" or the initials "N.A." used in their name. Check your official bank documents such as checks, loan documents, or bank statements to find out if your financial institution is a national bank or you can search the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation's Bank Find database to find out where your bank is chartered, and then contact the appropriate state banking regulatory authority.
     
  • Federal Savings Banks/Savings and Loan Associations: Many federal savings banks and savings and loans are distinguished by the words "federal savings bank", "federal association", "federal", or "federal savings and loan association", or the initials "F.A.", or "F.S.B." or "F.S.L.A." in their name. Check your official bank documents such as checks, loan documents, or bank statements to find out if your financial institution is a federal savings bank or savings and loan association.

    National Banks and Federal Savings Banks/Savings and Loan Associations are regulated by the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency ("OCC"). You can reach the OCC's Customer Assistance Group at (800) 613-6743. Customer Assistance Group at (800) 613-6743.
     
  • Other State Banks: A number of out-of-state banks operate branches in Maryland. Those banks are regulated by the state banking department for the state where each bank is headquartered. Please search the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation's Bank Find database to find out where your bank is chartered, and then contact the appropriate state banking regulatory authority. The Conference of State Bank Supervisors (CSBS) provides contact information for all State Banking departments.
     
  • Federal Credit Unions: Many federal credit unions are distinguished by the words "federal", or the initials "F.C.U." Check your official credit union documents such as checks, loan documents, or bank statements to find out if your credit union is a federal credit union.

    Federal credit unions are regulated by the National Credit Union Administration ("NCUA"). You can reach the NCUA at 1-800-755-1030.
 
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