The N.C. Office of the Commissioner of Banks (NCCOB) is responsible for the chartering
and regulation of North Carolina's state banks, trust companies, mortgage companies,
as well as registration and licensing of various financial institutions operating
in North Carolina. For more information, see Who We Regulate
and our Fact Sheet.
Our mission is to promote and maintain the strength and fairness of the North Carolina
financial services marketplace through the supervision and regulation of financial
service providers in that marketplace.
NCCOB is a self-supporting agency in that it is funded by industry fees and assessments
and not taxpayer dollars.