Join the DC Chamber of Commerce on September 27, 2016 as we host Mr. Stephen C. Taylor for our next Morning Fix. Stephen C. Taylor is the fifth Commissioner of the District of Columbia Department of Insurance, Securities and Banking (DISB). In this role, Commissioner Taylor serves as the chief regulator of the District of Columbia's financial-services industries, including insurance companies and their representatives; state-chartered banks; mortgage lenders and brokers and other non-depository financial institutions. DISB also supports District economic development by administering several programs that provide innovative alternatives to traditional commercial financing for District small businesses.
Register online at https://www.dcchamber.org/calendar/
and learn more about the District's collateral support program, loan support for small businesses, and DC's only securities offering exemption.
Commissioner Taylor has over 15 years of experience in financial services regulation, finance and fiscal affairs. He served in various leadership roles including General Counsel and Acting Deputy Commissioner with DISB, and General Counsel with the former Department of Banking and Financial Institutions. Previously, he held positions in the Office of the Chief Financial Officer and the Council of the District of Columbia, where he worked on finance, economic development, tax, budget and land use issues. Before his appointment as Commissioner, Taylor served as Assistant Attorney General with the District of Columbia Office of the Attorney General, where he provided legal counsel to the District Department of Health Care Finance concerning its procurement operations. He also served as the chief procurement officer for the City of Alexandria, Virginia.