About the Banking Division
The South Carolina Board of Financial Institutions Banking Division consists of the Office of the Commissioner of Banking, which charters, supervises, examines and otherwise regulates state depository financial institutions within its jurisdiction, including banks, savings banks, savings and loan associations, trust companies and credit unions. It determines compliance with the laws and regulations of the State of South Carolina and monitors the operations of these institutions to ensure that best practices are maintained.
The Office is overseen by Commissioner of Banking Richards H. Green. For more information on the Board of Financial Institutions’ Banking Division, please visit the Office of the Commissioner of Banking's website.
Need more information you don’t see here? Please contact the appropriate corresponding agencies for more information on:
- Mortgage Loan Brokers – Department of Consumer Affairs
- Federally Chartered Banks – Office of the Comptroller of the Currency and/or the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
- Federally Chartered Credit Unions – National Credit Union Administration
- Federally Chartered Savings Banks and Savings and Loans Associations – Office of Thrift Supervision