Who Regulates My Bank?

Check to make sure your financial institution is a national bank, federal savings association, or thrift.

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Check the List of National Bank Operating Subsidiaries.

Operating subsidiaries are companies owned or controlled by a national bank. These companies offer banking services such as loans and mortgages. They are also regulated by the OCC.

If your bank is on one of these lists, the OCC can assist you with questions or concerns you may have. Start here.

Note:  Effective July 21, 2011, the Office of Thrift Supervision became part of the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency.  The OCC's Consumer Assistance Group assists national bank and federal savings association, or thrift customers; see our OCC/OTS Integration Page for more information.

What if my bank is not on the lists?

If your bank is not on one of the lists above, it is not regulated by the OCC. It may be a savings and loan, credit union, state-regulated financial institutions, or other type of institution. The links below can help you find the right regulator.

Still not sure who to contact?

The OCC's Customer Assistance Group is ready to help you find out the correct agency to contact with your question or complaint. Call 1-800-613-6743 toll-free Monday through Friday, from 7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. Central Time.

FDIC Institution Directory

The FDIC also offers a sophisticated directory of financial institutions that provides the primary regulator and other useful information. Visit the FDIC Institution Directory.