Tennessee Department of Financial Institutions

Tennessee Department of Financial Institutions

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Main Office:
312 Rosa L. Parks Avenue, 26th Floor | Nashville | | 37243
Phone: 615-741-2236  | Fax:  

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The Department regulates banks, credit unions, trust companies, business and industrial development corporations, industrial loan and thrift companies, insurance premium finance companies, mortgage lenders, brokers, servicers and originators, title pledge lenders, check cashers, deferred presentment services companies, money transmitters and flexible credit act lenders. For most Tennesseans, financial institutions are symbols of security. Their role in business and industry is crucial to the growth of our country's economy and our own personal well being. The Department continues to develop and implement its Regulatory Balance mission for depository institutions. Department examiners seek to right size regulation to the merits of each institution and avoid a one size fits all approach in order to support the Governor’s economic goals for Tennessee. The Tennessee banking system is critical to the state’s economic vitality and the Department’s balanced regulatory approach supports economic progress.

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- Reviewed on March 08, 2017

Approach this Department with all candor and honestly - You may be surprised at how understanding they can be.

Pros : It's not often that I have anything truly positive to say about a Government institution but this is one exception. After three separate representations against this Department I can truly state that they have integrity and are quite serious about their image of fairness and integrity. Eric Rogers, Esq. represents a large part of this Institutions Regulatory section and his intelligence and professionalism are unmatched.
Cons : I have nothing negative to report . As I stated , I have worked with them on multi million dollar disputes and very contested affairs yet despite all of this at the end of the day no one hit "Foul". Hard, Yes but foul, no !
Approve of the CEO[?] : Yes
Recommend this employer to a friend? : Yes
Business outlook for the next 6 months? : up
Current or former employee? : Former Employee
Last Year at Employer : 2013
Job type : Contract

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