The Washington State Department of Financial Institutions (DFI) provides regulatory oversight for our state’s financial service providers. DFI is self-supporting, in that none of its operating revenues come from the state's general tax funds. Its operating revenues are paid by the organizations and individuals it regulates.
- Who DFI Regulates
Licensing numbers and data. Updated quarterly.
- DFI Divisions
The department's five divisions regulate a wide range of financial enterprises and individuals, such as: banks, credit unions, mortgage brokers, payday lenders, and securities issuers and salespeople.
- Careers with DFI
DFI is a great place to work. Learn about career opportunities with DFI.
- Diversity at DFI
Information about diversity at DFI.
- Contracting Opportunities
Contract opportunities with DFI.
- DFI Executives
Learn more about the DFI Director and Division Directors.
- Contact Us
How to contact us.
- Request Public Records
How to request public records from DFI.
- Military and Veteran Assistance from DFI
Information about military and veteran assistance from DFI.