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Insurance Division License Renewals

Click the button below to renew your Insurance Division issued licenses including Resident and Non-Resident Producers, Limited Lines Producers, Business Entities, Limited Lines Business Entities, Bail Bond Agents, Title Agents and Managing General Agents.

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DFR report on Act 199

During the 2013-2014 Legislative session, the Department of Financial Regulation was asked to conduct a study on crowdfunding, licensed lending, the Vermont Small Business Offering Exemption, and electronic insurance notices. The report on “Act 199: An Act Relating to Furthering Economic Development” was submitted on January 15, 2015, to the Senate Committee on Economic Development, Housing and General Affairs, the Senate Committee on Finance, and the House Committee on Commerce and Economic Development.

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Investors should discuss cybersecurity with their financial professionals

With an ever-growing list of financial institutions targeted by organized cyber-attacks, the Department of Financial Regulation reminds investors that it is important to understand how their personal information is being protected by financial firms.

Every day we rely on technology more and more, which could leave our sensitive financial information more vulnerable to unwanted viewing or theft if proper safeguards are not in place.

In September 2014, the North American Securities Administrators Association (NASAA), of which DFR is a member, reported that 62 percent of state-registered investment adviser firms participating in a NASAA pilot survey had undergone a cybersecurity risk assessment, and 77 percent had established policies and procedures related to technology or cybersecurity.

Investors should think about the safety of their financial information, and talk with their investment professionals about what steps firms are taking to safeguard client information.