Get approved to do business in Oregon’s financial industry
The division regulates many different sectors of Oregon’s financial services industries, all of which must seek approval from the state before conducting business in Oregon. This includes banks and trusts companies, credit unions, financial professionals, mortgage and consumer lending, securities, and many nondepository programs.
Not sure where to start?
If your business is not a bank, credit union, or part of the mortgage industry, it is likely regulated as a financial lending or non-depository company. Click on the list to the left to learn how your business is licensed.
Qualified Individuals who are Securities Industry Professionals should use this form in fulfilling their mandatory reporting in cases where they reasonably suspect financial exploitation of a vulnerable person has occurred, is occurring, or will occur.