Banking Rules — ARSD Article 20:07
(ARSD Article 20:07 establishes regulations for all entities supervised by the Division of Banking.)
New Trust Legislation — June 23, 2011
New Trust Legislation — June 8, 2010
Safe Act/SDCL 54-14 — June 12, 2009
New Trust Legislation — June 12, 2009
New Legislation and Rules — June 11, 2008
Changes In Trust Laws — June 6, 2008
New Money Lender Record Keeping Rule — June 5, 2008
New Trust Legislation — April 26, 2007
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State Chartered Banks
State Chartered Trust Companies
Mortgage Loan Originators
The Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve regulates state chartered banks who are members of the Federal Reserve System.
The FDIC regulates all state chartered institutions which are not members of the Federal Reserve System.
The OCC regulates all nationally chartered institutions. These institutions generally contain the words federal or national in their names, or the letters "N.A." are often located at the end of the institution's name. This also includes federal savings and loan associations, and federal savings banks.
The CFPB a newly established Federal agency charged with making markets for consumer financial products and services work for Americans by promoting transparency and consumer choice, and preventing abusive and deceptive financial practices.
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Division of Banking
South Dakota Department of Labor and Regulation
1601 N. Harrison Avenue, Suite 1
Pierre, SD 57501
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