As we look ahead, there are areas that will require continued attention, as well as new areas we intend to develop.
The department is dedicated to being one of the best state financial regulators in the country.
For most of the history of humanity, a group of people have struggled for attention, dignity, and the rights of those around them.
On the road to understanding and fully taking charge of their financial futures, women may face an even steeper hill to climb.
Two Pennsylvania agencies are collaborating to provide them with the skills to succeed and avoid re-incarceration.
After months of planning, in August a group of 22 Pennsylvania college students gathered for Pennsylvania's own "boot camp" program...
Our financial and regulatory systems failed in 2008, and trillions of dollars of value in the markets evaporated.
This will allow them to be productive, taxpaying citizens and, in some cases, to pay restitution to victims and their families.
Recruiting and training the next generation of supervisors, managers, and executives is also critical to any industry.
Elder financial abuse is one form of elder abuse, and it is one of the top three cases reported to Pennsylvania Adult Protective Services.
We are harnessing the
power of our department’s research into financial issues to provide a channel
to our stakeholders, media, and consumers that will allow for more expository
writing on complex subjects. This blog will promote our agency’s primary communications
goals: To help
Pennsylvania consumers make educated decisions with their money and protect
their assets; communicate department news and perspective;
and inform and influence regulatory and consumer protection issues on the
state and national levels.