Financial Services Commission

The Commission is comprised of four members: the Governor, the Attorney General, the Chief Financial Officer and the Commissioner of Agriculture. The two offices within the Commission are the Office of Financial Regulation, which regulates the banking, finance and securities industries in Florida, and the Office of Insurance Regulation, which regulates insurance companies. Both offices are headed by commissioners who are appointed by the Financial Services Commission. The Financial Services Commission is responsible for final approval of rules developed by each office. All regulatory decisions are vested with the offices.