Illinois Department of Financial and Professional Regulation
|Department executive||Manuel Flores, Secretary of Financial and Professional Regulation|
The Illinois Department of Financial and Professional Regulation (DFPR) is the code department of the Illinois state government that regulates banks, other financial institutions, real estate agents, insurance firms, and insurance agents, and also oversees the professional qualifications of members of self-regulating professions such as physicians.
It was created in 2004 by an executive order promulgated by Governor Rod Blagojevich. In creating this Department, the Governor consolidated two existing State agencies, the Illinois Department of Financial Institutions, Insurance, and Professional Regulation and the Illinois Office of Banks and Real Estate.
- Uphoff, Judy Lee (2012). "The Governor and the Executive Branch". In Lind, Nancy S.; Rankin, Erik. Governing Illinois: Your Connection to State and Local Government (4th ed.). Center Publications, Center for State Policy and Leadership, University of Illinois at Springfield. pp. 78–79. ISBN 978-0-938943-28-0.
- 20 ILCS 5/5-15
- ""EO0406"". Illinois General Assembly database. Retrieved 2008-05-13.