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WAUSAU – DFI Secretary Ray Allen, left, participated in a roundtable discussion with members of the River Valley Bank Board of Directors on August 24, 2015. River Valley Bank President and CEO Todd Nagel invited Allen and his team to meet with the bank’s directors to discuss the current state of community banking in Wisconsin and how regulations have been affecting banks. Secretary Allen said the visit was part of DFI's ongoing commitment to communicating with stakeholders. "As regulators, it is important that we listen to the concerns of the state-chartered banks that we oversee," Allen said. "The input we receive allows us to do a better job of representing the interests of Wisconsin’s community banks at the national level." River Valley Bank, with headquarters in Wausau, has offices in 13 communities.
MADISON – The number of new business entities formed in Wisconsin in the first seven months of 2015 grew by 3.4% compared to same period in 2014, according to data compiled by the Department of Financial Institutions (DFI). As of July 31, 2015, new business filings totaled 24,625, compared to 23,825 in same period in 2014.
The business formation data is compiled by DFI, which is the filing office for the creation of business entities in the state. DFI tracks new business entity creation on a monthly basis and posts the data on its website.
The full report may be found at www.wdfi.org/corporations/HistoricalStatistics.htm.
MADISON – Net income rose 17.8% and lending grew by 10.6% at Wisconsin’s 154 state-chartered credit unions in the first six months of 2015 compared to the prior year, according to data released today by the Department of Financial Institutions (DFI).
"The second quarter was basically a repeat of the first quarter for state-chartered credit unions, with most key indicators trending favorably," DFI Secretary Ray Allen said. "The continued strong performance by state credit unions is yet another sign of a healthy Wisconsin economy."
The full press release may be found at www.wdfi.org/Newsroom/Press.
The Wisconsin Department of Financial Institutions has undertaken a project to upgrade and expand the corporate entity forms available on the DFI website. The goal is to provide better customer service for the thousands of businesses that interact with DFI on a monthly basis. Key goals of the project are:
During this project, there may be brief periods when some previously available features will be temporarily unavailable. If any of our customers experience a problem, we apologize for the inconvenience. We welcome feedback from our customers. E-mail us at Corporations@wisconsin.gov.