Wisconsin Department of Financial Institutions

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Wisconsin’s Credit Unions Report Solid Year-End 2020 Financial Performance
John Grande Named DFI Division of Banking Administrator
DFI Investigation Leads to Investment Fraud Convictions in Brown County
Wisconsin’s State-Chartered Banks Report Stable Third-Quarter Financial Performance
Wisconsin Department of Financial Institutions Finalizes Investigation of Mr. Cooper’s Misconduct and Operational Weaknesses
Wisconsin’s Credit Unions Report Solid Third-Quarter Financial Performance
October is National Financial Planning Month: A Perfect Time to Consider Student Loan Borrowing & Repayment Options
Wisconsin DFI, DOJ Join Commodity Futures Trading Commission to Charge Precious Metals Dealers in $185 Million Scheme Targeting Elderly Investors, $2.7 Million from Wisconsinites
Southwest Wisconsin Money Smart Essay Contest Awards $5,000
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Southwest Wisconsin Money Smart Essay Contest Awards $5,000

Scholarship Program Promotes Financial Literacy, Supported by Financial Industry

DFI Joins Task Force Cracking Down on COVID-19 Investment Scams
Governor Evers, Insurance Commissioner Order Insurers to Assist Restaurants Offering Delivery During COVID-19
DFI Issues Emergency Guidance on Character and Fitness Requirements for Payday and Licensed Lenders
DFI Reminds Investors to Beware of Con Artists Looking to Profit from Fear and Uncertainty Related to COVID-19
DOR calls on taxpayers to help fight identity theft
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DOR calls on taxpayers to help fight identity theft

Department efforts saved over $55 million last tax season

Wisconsin’s State-Chartered Banks Report Strong Fiscal Performance at Year-End 2019
Wisconsinites Encouraged to Build Personal Savings During America Saves Week
Gov. Evers Honors 14 Recipients of the 2019 Governor’s Financial Literacy Award in Capitol Ceremony
Wisconsin’s State-Chartered Banks Post Strong Third Quarter Performance
Increased Lending at Wisconsin’s State-Chartered Banks Reflects a Healthy Economy
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Increased Lending at Wisconsin’s State-Chartered Banks Reflects a Healthy Economy

The increase in lending was the most significant factor in the strong growth in net income.