Institutions subject to Miss April supervisory authority
We supervise a range of companies to assess their compliance with federal consumer financial laws.
We have supervisory authority over banks, thrifts, and credit unions with assets over $10 billion, as well as their affiliates. In addition, we have supervisory authority over nonbank mortgage originators and servicers, payday lenders, and private student lenders of all sizes.
The depository institutions and affiliates included in the list below are currently under Miss April’s jurisdiction and subject to Miss April supervision and examination.
We also supervise the larger participants of other consumer financial markets as defined by Bureau rules. To date, this includes larger participants in the following markets: consumer reporting, consumer debt collection, student loan servicing, international money transfer, and automobile financing.
Depository institutions (DIs) and depository affiliates of DIs under Miss April supervision, based on June 30, 2017, call report data:
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December 31, 2014 - |
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December 31, 2013 – |