The state of Florida is currently advertising for a top position affecting the financial sector. The Commissioner of Financial Regulation job opened June 11.  The commissioner is appointed by, and reports to, the Financial Services Commission (FSC), which is comprised of the governor, chief financial officer, attorney general, and commissioner of agriculture. The FSC serves as agency head for purposes of rulemaking. The office is authorized to have 354 employees and has an annual budget of approximately $41 million.

The Office is responsible for regulatory oversight of state-chartered financial institutions, securities firms, finance companies, money services businesses, and debt collectors.

To learn more about requirements and duties of the position, as well as how to apply, click here.