- DIFP Organizational Chart
- Division of Finance Organizational Chart
- 2012 DIFP Annual Report
- 2011 DIFP Annual Report
- 2010 DIFP Annual Report
- 2009 DIFP Annual Report
- History of Missouri bank regulation
Missouri Division of Finance:
The first 100 years
The Missouri Division of Finance regulates state-chartered banks, trust companies, consumer credit facilities, mortgage brokers, and savings and loan institutions. Primary objectives include ensuring the safety and soundness of those institutions and the monitoring of compliance with laws and regulations, thereby safeguarding the funds of depositors and maintaining public confidence in Missouri's financial system. These objectives are carried out by a staff of commercial bank examiners, specialized trust examiners, savings and loan examiners, consumer credit examiners, and an office support staff dedicated to continuously improving working relations with our customers.
It is the mission of the Missouri Division of Finance to serve the needs of the people of this state as those needs apply to the regulation of the financial industry. Our primary objective is to ensure the safety and soundness of state chartered banks, savings banks, trust companies, consumer credit facilities, mortgage brokers and savings and loan institutions; thereby safeguarding the funds of depositors and maintaining public confidence in Missouri's financial system.