Banking, Insurance & Financial Regulation – United States Virgin Islands - virgin islands insurance department

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virgin islands insurance department - United States Virgin Islands – Office of the Lieutenant Governor


Welcome to the Division of Banking, Insurance and Financial Regulation (“Division”). The Division, which is a regulatory entity and major revenue generator for the Government of the United States Virgin Islands, is under the administration of the Office of the Lieutenant Governor. The mission of the Virgin Islands Department of Finance is to provide efficient government financial service to the public and other users by administering and overseeing the laws and regulations relating to the financial operations of both federally funded and local funding of the government.

Thank you for visiting the official website of the Office of the Lieutenant Governor in the United States Virgin Islands. You will find important information about our divisions, including Corporations & Trademarks, Office of the Tax Assessor, Office of the Tax Collector, Division of Banking, Insurance and Financial Regulation, Recorder of Deeds, Passport, GIS, Medicare, and Notary. Welcome to the Virgin Islands Department of Finance. Our mission is to provide efficient government financial service to the public and other users by administering and overseeing the laws and regulations relating to the financial operations of both federally funded and local funding of the government.

Insurance Regulators. Each state has its own laws and regulations for each type of insurance. The officials listed in this section enforce these laws. Many of these offices can also provide you with information to help you make informed insurance buying decisions. Virgin Islands Division of Banking and Insurance Website: Division of Banking and. A notice to Virgin Islands vehicle owners from Attorney General Claude Earl Walker on the recent Takata settlement. On May 25, 2016, the Attorney General’s Office filed a complaint against TK Holdings and Takata Corporation in V.I. Superior Court asserting causes of action related to Takata airbags and seeking civil penalties.