All entities and persons regulated or licensed by the New York State Department of Financial Services are required to file various cybersecurity notices to the Superintendent.
Investigating Drug Price Spikes
Recent Orders, Legal Notices and Guidance
- Internationally Active Insurance Groups (IAIGs) and Group-Wide Supervision
- Guidance to Insurance Companies regarding the Use of Basis Swaps by Clearing Parties in connection with LIBOR Transition
- Electronic Signatures, Transactions, and Filings with DFS
- Temporary Relief Granted to COVID-19 Affected Regulated Entities and Persons
- Dollar Amount Exempt from Enforcement & Satisfaction of Judgments
- Coronavirus (COVID-19) FAQs for Insurers and Providers on Telehealth Coverage
- 2023 Bank Holiday Schedule
- Authority for Banks to Close Absent Governor's Declaration of Bank Holiday
Debt Collection Rules
In 2014, DFS adopted 23 NYCRR 1, a regulation to reform debt collection practices by debt collectors, including third-party debt collectors and debt buyers. In order to assist debt collectors in complying with these rules, DFS provides some answers to frequently asked questions in our FAQs: The Regulation of debt collection by third-party debt collectors and debt buyers (23 NYCRR 1)
The Department urges motor vehicle finance companies in New York to cooperate in complying with the New York Vehicle and Traffic Law by mailing or delivering a lien release immediately upon satisfaction of the lien on a motor vehicle. To avoid being subject to action by the Department, all regulated financial institutions financing motor vehicle sales shall release liens and deliver the lien release to the owner no later than three business days after clearance of payment. Consumers and lien holders looking for information on vehicle lien releases should visit our Obtaining a Lien Release on a Vehicle page.