View the license and associated information for
- A "licensee" (individual or business entity licensed as an insurance producer/agent, surplus lines broker, bail bond agent, rental car agent, self-service storage agent, etc.); or,
- A "company" (insurance company, life and health administrator, service company or other type of entity authorized to operate in Arizona).
Find a Health Insurance Marketplace agent/broker. To be a Marketplace agent/broker, an individual must BOTH be registered as a Marketplace agent/broker; and, be licensed as an accident and health insurance producer by the Arizona Department of Insurance.
We encourage all Marketplace agents/brokers to verify the completeness and accuracy of information maintained on the Healthcare.gov website.
In the "Ask & Check" section, follow the "research an investment, adviser, stockbroker or company" link to:
- Verify a variable life/annuities insurance producer is a registered securities representative or principal.
- Verify a viatical settlements product or other investment product is registered.
SURPLUS LINES INSURERS: A qualified insurance company authorized in another state ("foreign") or country ("alien") that is not authorized/licensed in Arizona, or an insurance company organized within Arizona (a "domestic" insurer) that is authorized/licensed with special limited authority, may offer insurance on a "surplus lines" basis. "Surplus lines" essentially means that insurance to cover a risk is not readily available through a traditional insurance policy from an Arizona-authorized insurance company. A surplus lines broker is required to make a diligent effort to find insurance from an authorized insurer before procuring insurance for a client from a surplus lines broker. ARS § 20-407.
INSURANCE COMPANY RATINGS: The Department of Insurance does not provide any opinion concerning, nor does it guarantee, the accuracy of information provided by nationally recognized statistical rating organizations ("NRSRO's"), registered through the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission.
View license information for Arizona-chartered financial institutions (banks, credit unions, trust companies) and financial enterprises (lenders, money transmitters and other financial services)
National banks and federal savings associations are chartered and regulated by the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency ("OCC"). If you are having a problem with a national bank or federal savings association, visit HelpWithMyBank.gov, an OCC website designed to answer questions about national banks and federal savings ssociations.
The National Credit Union Administration ("NCUA") Credit Union Locator page allows you to locate federal credit unions ("FCUs") and federally insured state credit union ("FISCUs").
- The Arizona Department of Insurance of Insurance and Financial Institutions ("DIFI") is the primary regulator for FISCUs.
- If you need help or information about FCUs, visit the NCUA Consumer Assistance Center webpage (mycreditunion.gov/consumer-assistance-center).
The mission of the Financial Crimes Enforcement Network ("FinCEN") is to safeguard the financial system from illicit use, combat money laundering and its related crimes including terrorism, and promote national security through the strategic use of financial authorities and the collection, analysis, and dissemination of financial intelligence.