WA State Dept of Financial Insititutions

The mission of the Department of Financial Institutions (DFI) is to regulate financial services in Washington State to protect the public and promote economic vitality.

The Department is made up of five divisions: Division of Administration, Division of Banks, Division of Credit Unions, Division of Securities, and the Division of Consumer Services.

The Department of Financial Institutions regulates a variety of Washington State financial service providers such as banks, credit unions, mortgage brokers, money transmitters, payday lenders, and securities broker-dealers and investment advisers.

$132,540 yearly
WA State Dept of Financial Insititutions
Mar 05, 2021
Full time
The Director of Regulatory and Legal Affairs provides opinions and policy advice to the Director and the agency Executive Management Team. This position supports effective communications throughout the organization and maintains the highest standards of personal/professional and ethical conduct and support of the State’s goals for a diverse workforce. As the agency Director’s direct report for Administrative Procedure Act issues and adjudications, this position provides well researched and considered opinions and policy advice to the Director and the agency Executive Management Team. This position, as the agency Director’s direct report for legal issues, takes a leadership role in analysis and adjudication to accomplish the agency’s statutory missions, and to identify and effectively manage internal and external risks and opportunities, both administrative and regulatory.  This position is the agency Director’s primary analytical advisor and the senior inhouse advisor to the...