REGULATING AGENCY: Vermont Department of Financial Regulation
- Michael Pieciak, Commissioner
- Molly Dillon, Deputy Commissioner of Banking
- Website: dfr.vermont.gov
- Press Releases
- Industry News
LEAGUE: Association of Vermont Credit Unions
PRIVATE SHARE INSURANCE: No
STATS: (As of June 2021)
Total Number of Credit Unions: 18
- TOTAL # SCUs: 12
- TOTAL # FCUs: 6
- SCU % OF TOTAL (SCUS #/STATE TOTAL #): 67%
Total Assets: $6,235,730,233
- TOTAL $ SCU ASSETS: $1,948,117,251
- TOTAL $ FCU ASSETS: $4,287,612,982
- SCU % OF TOTAL ASSETS (SCUS $/STATE TOTAL $): 31%
Total Members: 406,836
- TOTAL Members SCUs: 148,914
- TOTAL Members FCUs: 257,922
- SCU % OF TOTAL (SCUS/STATE TOAL): 37 %
FUN FACT: Don’t visit the Haskell Free Library and Opera House in Derby Line unless you’re prepped for travel. The stage is in Canada, while the fans watch from Vermont; the entrance is in the U.S., while the stacks are in lumberjack country.
Before the storm:
- Listen to state and local officials on storm activity.
- Sign-up for VT-Alerts to hear emergency alerts.
- Prepare for the flood by reviewing your property and flood insurance policies.
- Gather supplies in case a flood leaves you without power, water, fuel, or food.
- Snap some pictures of your property and do an inventory.
- Locate and safely store your health, financial, and insurance documents.
After the storm and if your property sustained damage:
- Be safe when moving in and around damaged property.
- Notify your insurance agent and company as soon as possible to begin filing a claim.
- Take photos of the damaged property.
- Save samples of damaged material, such as carpeting, curtains, and upholstery.
- Secure your property from further by covering broken windows, damaged walls, or leaking roofs, but do not make permanent repairs.
- Make a list of the damage and keep receipts of repairs or replacement.
- Contact your insurance company again if an adjuster is not assigned within two weeks.
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