CONFERENCE OF STATE BANK SUPERVISORS
2015 - 2018
OBJECTIVE 1: Bank Regulation and Supervision - Promote right-sized regulation and supervision of banks consistent with their size, complexity, overall risk profile, and risk to the financial system.
Develop appropriate legislative, regulatory and supervisory solutions. Equip state supervisors to challenge the inappropriate or disproportionate application of federal regulation. Promote the role of state agencies to differentiate them from federal regulators. Support the role and value of banks in the community and economy.
OBJECTIVE 2: Non-Bank Regulation and Supervision - Facilitate an effective system of non-bank regulation and supervision, ensuring consumer protection and access to necessary financial services and credit.
Coordinate the role of the states and the appropriate federal agencies. Advocate, communicate, and highlight the roles of state agencies. Provide support for the activities of the state system.
OBJECTIVE 3: Education and Professional Standards - Educate and inform examiners, the public, government officials, and CSBS stakeholders.
Instill confidence among stakeholders and the public in the state system of financial regulation by enabling high-quality state agency licensing, exam and management staff through training, certification, and accreditation.
Approved by the CSBS Board of Directors, December 2014