Office of the Commissioner of Financial Regulation
The Office of the Commissioner of Financial Regulation, established in 1910, is Maryland's consumer financial protection agency and financial services regulator. The Office's mission is to protect Marylanders through the operation of a modern financial regulatory system that promotes respect for consumers, safety and compliance, fair competition, responsible business innovation, and a strong state economy.
The Maryland Department of Labor’s offices are currently closed to the public. The Office of the Commissioner of Financial Regulation CANNOT accept walk-in traffic at this time. To ensure you receive a timely response, customers are encouraged to e-mail DLFRFinReg-LABOR@maryland.gov or call 410-230-6100 instead of physically sending items via courier or United States Postal Service (USPS) mail. You can find additional contact information on our contact us page. If you must send any payment, please contact us and you will be instructed on how to process required fees upon our e-mail receipt of your documentation. Thank you for your understanding and cooperation during this time.
Highlighted Resources & News
- 2021 Legislative Review (PDF)
- Bank and Credit Union Accounts: FAQs (PDF)
- COVID-19 Financial Relief Guide (PDF)
- Foreclosure Data Tracker
- Troubleshooting Virtru-Encrypted Emails
- ANNOUNCEMENT: No new NOI submissions will be accepted until July 1, 2021. See the Commissioner’s regulatory guidance and Governor Hogan’s executive order 20-12-17-02.
500 North Calvert Street ǀ Suite 402 ǀ Baltimore ǀ Maryland 21202
Telephone ǀ 410-230-6100 or 888-784-0136
Fax ǀ 410-333-3866 or 410-333-0475