Applications and Forms
Below is a list of applications and forms available from the Division of Banks. If an application or form that you need is not available online, please e-mail us or call 360-902-8704 and we will send you the form.
- Bank Branch Application Form (PDF)
- Semi Annual Assessment Worksheet (Excel)
- Consumer Complaint Form (PDF)
- Public Records Request Form (PDF)
1 Page Disclosure Summary Forms And Instructions
Disclosure Summary Forms
Available in print only PDF or Microsoft Word.
- Fixed Rate Loan Disclosure Summary Form (PDF)
- Variable Rate Loan Disclosure Summary Form (PDF)
- Fixed Rate Loan Disclosure Summary Form (Word)
- Variable Rate Loan Disclosure Summary Form (Word)
New GFE Disclosure Summary Forms - Updated 11/05/2010
Please note: These versions of the forms have been pulled down for revision. You may use the original forms above or you may create your own form with the statutory language. Here is a link to the statutorily required language: http://apps.leg.wa.gov/rcw/default.aspx?cite=19.144.020.
About the Applications and Forms
All of the applications and forms available from the Division of Banks are in PDF format. For more information about PDF forms and how to save the applications and forms to your computer, please see below.
In order to view and print the form in PDF format, you will need the free Adobe Acrobat Reader installed on your machine. Adobe Acrobat Reader only allows you to view and print PDF forms.
If you want to type on and save a completed "fillable" PDF form, you will need to purchase and download the Adobe Acrobat Standard program.
Microsoft Word Forms
In order to open a Word form, you must have Microsoft Word installed on your computer. You may fill in the form fields using Microsoft Word and save the completed form on your machine.
Microsoft Excel Files
In order to open a Microsoft Excel file, you will need Microsoft Excel installed on your machine. If you don't have Microsoft Excel installed on your computer, you may download the Excel Viewer for free from Microsoft
The free Microsoft Excel Viewer allows users who haven't purchased Microsoft Excel or Microsoft Office to view Excel files, but not make changes to them. A full version of Microsoft Excel or the Microsoft Office bundle is required to make changes to an Excel file.
Saving Applications and Forms to Your Computer
- Right-click on the link of the form you want to save to your computer.
- Choose "Save Target As" (or "Save Link As" on a Macintosh).
- In the "Save As" screen, find the directory on your system where you want to store the document. Click on "Save."