The Colorado Division of Banking has received high praise for its standards and practices in state banking supervision.
The division earned its certificate of accreditation from the Conference of State Bank Supervisors for maintaining the standards and practices in state banking supervision set by the organization’s accreditation program.
“This esteemed accreditation reaffirms their commitment to the highest standards of supervision and regulation in the state of Colorado,” said John W. Ryan, CSBS president and CEO.
The division was first accredited by CSBS in January 1991 and has maintained its accreditation for 20 years. It is responsible for the regulation of state-chartered commercial banks, trust companies and money transmitters.