Enforcement Actions and Orders Against Financial Institutions

All insured banks and credit unions must meet high standards for financial strength and stability. The federal and state regulatory agencies regularly review the operations of insured institutions to ensure these standards are met.

The Department is not authorized to publish examination ratings, number of complaints, or informal administrative actions issued against individual financial institutions.  Enforcement actions and orders announced to the public by the federal agencies are authorized by federal law and regulations. These would include any actions initiated by the federal regulator or issued jointly by the state and federal regulatory agencies.  Any enforcement actions and orders made public against financial institutions or their affiliated parties can be found at the website of the institution's primary federal regulator:

Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System (FRB)
  • State member banks
  • Bank holding companies
  • Nonbank subsidiaries of bank holding companies
  • Edge and agreement corporations
  • Branches and agencies of foreign banking organizations operating in the United States and their parent banks
  • Officers, directors, employees, and certain other categories of individuals associated with the above banks, companies, and organizations (referred to as "institution-affiliated parties")  
Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC)
  • State nonmember banks
  • Insured branches of foreign banks
National Credit Union Administration (NCUA)
  • Credit unions
Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (OCC)
  • National banks and their subsidiaries
  • Federally chartered savings associations and their subsidiaries
  • Federal branches and agencies of foreign banks