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VERMONT

Call us at (800) 940-3002  
State of Vermont Department of Banking, Insurance, Securities & Health Care Information (BISHCA) Insurance Division
http://www.bishca.state.vt.us/InsurDiv/insur_index.htm
89 Main St.
Montpelier, VT 05620-3101
Main Phone: 802-828-3301

BISHCA touches most Vermonters in some fashion, through its regulation and monitoring of a broad spectrum of financial and health industry activities. Regulated entities/areas include, for example: banks, licensed lenders, credit unions, insurance companies and their products, agents, securities firms, broker/dealers and investment advisors, HMO's and hospital finances.

The Department's main goals are to ensure the following:
  • That regulated companies and institutions operate within the law;
  • That they operate in a financially sound manner, so they remain able to deliver on earnings, benefits or services promised to consumers;
  • That costs of services and benefits are reasonable for the marketplace, and
  • That consumers are treated fairly, in accordance with contractual agreements and all applicable consumer laws.
The following online resources are available:

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