These tips and best practices can help you manage the process, which runs from November 1 through December 31 for all licenses managed on the Nationwide Multistate Licensing System & Registry.
Please join us on Tuesday, Oct. 3 for a casual roundtable where we will share some renewal updates for your financial services licenses.
Periodic reporting is often mandatory to maintain licensure, and most annual reports covering the previous calendar year are due on or before March 31.
In this webcast, we provide a Q&A and share tips on how to make the renewal process more manageable for financial services licensees.
The spring 2022 virtual meeting focused on the NMLS modernization effort, the State Examination System, the pandemic and remote work, change of control approval processing times, and the Money Services Businesses Call Report.
A company name change can be the most difficult license amendment. Here are the top things that you need to know.
In this webcast, we covered formation and licensing requirements critical to an effective start-up plan for new financial services companies.
The transition process can be time-consuming for California Financing Law licensees, especially those new to NMLS.
We provide insights into common account creation hurdles that companies face as thousands of California Financing Law licensees are transitioning to NMLS.
The virtual meeting focused on the NMLS modernization effort, the SES, the pandemic and remote work, and the CSBS Money Transmitter Model Law.
In this webcast, we answered audience questions, discussed key renewal items, and shared some tips on how to make the process more manageable.
When creating advertisements, financial services licensees may not have licensing at top of mind – but they should.
APPROVED COO Tim Lange and Buckley LLP Partner Katy Ryan teamed up to break down the act’s requirements, specifically discussing who’s covered by the act, exemptions from licensure, and next steps for industry and regulators.
We were joined by Winnow Solutions to discuss the current regulatory climate for examinations and how the right combination of strategy and technology can improve the process.
In this webcast, our panel discussed what lenders and brokers that hold a CFL license off of NMLS can expect with the upcoming transition to the system.
The California Department of Financial Protection and Innovation released background check guidance applicable to the key individuals of California Financing Law licensees and license applicants.
In this APPROVED Checkpoint webcast, we discussed proactive steps to keep records up-to-date with state and federal regulators.
Buckley offers two regtech solutions designed to help financial services companies navigate, manage, and respond to state regulatory requirements: Winnow and Mogy.
In this Checkpoint Webcast, our panelists shared practical advice on how financial services companies can prepare to handle potential regulatory changes and develop strategies to comply with licensing and maintenance requirements.
This Checkpoint webcast covered the top 20 things you need to know about mortgage loan originator licensing in the ’20s.