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With three-quarters of all professions within the Division of Professional Regulation now able to apply and renew their license via the Illinois Department of Financial and Professional Regulation’s (IDFPR) Online Services Portal, Secretary Bryan A. Schneider is announcing the Department will no longer accept paper applications for specific professions that have already been migrated online beginning September 1, 2017.
Fintech startups and established companies seeking to develop new ideas and technology for the financial services market will have the opportunity to bounce ideas off of Illinois’ financial regulator on July 20th in Chicago.
The Illinois Department of Financial and Professional Regulation (IDFPR) announced today that Director of Banking, Kerri Doll; Director of Financial Institutions, Francisco Menchaca; Director of Professional Regulation, Jessica Baer; and Director of Real Estate, Kreg Allison, signed the following enforcement actions taken during the month of May 2017.
Secretary Bryan A. Schneider with the Illinois Department of Financial and Professional Regulation (“IDFPR”) has announced the issuance of guidance to establish the regulatory treatment of digital currency under the Illinois Transmitters of Money Act (205 ILCS 657) (“TOMA”).
Select medical professionals seeking to apply for their Controlled Substance license with the Illinois Department of Financial and Professional Regulation (IDFPR) will now be required to submit and pay for their initial controlled substance application online via IDFPR’s Online Services Portal.
Illinois licensed professionals on the front line of the mortgage and real estate closing process descended upon the James R. Thompson Center this week to learn more about cyber and data security. A free conference hosted by the Illinois Department of Financial and Professional Regulation (IDFPR) provided those in attendance with the opportunity to hear from industry experts, as well as the Federal Bureau of Investigations on how cybersecurity issues can compromise the real estate closing process.