Indiana Department of Financial Institutions
The Indiana Department of Financial Institutions works directly with the financial institutions it regulates, and through examination and supervisory activities endeavors to assure the public of adequate and proper services from such institutions.
30 S. Meridian Street, Suite 300
Indianapolis, Indiana 46204
The Department of Financial Institutions was created by the Indiana Financial Institutions Act of 1933. This act commissioned the Department with the responsibility for supervising commercial banks, trust companies, private banks, savings banks, Savings and Loan associations, credit unions, and finance companies incorporated under the laws of the State of Indiana.
Since that time the scope of the regulatory responsibilities with which the Department has been charged has been broadened to include the supervision of pawnbrokers, licensees under the Uniform Consumer Credit Code, industrial loan and investment companies, money transmitters, check cashers, budget service companies, and rental-purchase agreement companies.