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The division charters, regulates, and supervises banks and trust companies in the state in accordance with Oregon’s Bank Act.
The Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (OCC), an agency of the United States Department of the Treasury, charters, regulates, and supervises nationally chartered banks and trust companies doing business in Oregon. Banks and trust companies operating in Oregon with charters from other states are regulated by the state that issued the charter.
The division reviews applications to determine whether:
Before the division approves a bank charter, the proposed bank must receive approval for deposit insurance from the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation.
The division will notify the applicants of approval or disapproval of the application within 60 days of receiving a completed application.
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Trust Companies Authorized to Conduct Trust Business in Oregon
Banks and Trust Companies ProgramDivision of Financial Regulation
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