This Checkpoint webcast covered the top 20 things you need to know about mortgage loan originator licensing in the ’20s.
For the first time ever, the recent NMLS Ombudsman meeting was virtual and focused on a single topic: remote work and supervision in a post-pandemic world.
Panelists from our recent webcast on examinations and complaints follow-up on audience questions that were not addressed during the program due to time limitations.
This webcast covered a number of topics, including how to prepare for renewal, what to expect during the renewal period, state-specific requirements, and how the pandemic could affect the process this year.
This discussion covers how the pandemic has affected the traditional examination process, and updates from CSBS regarding the latest developments within the State Examination System (SES) and on managing complaints.
This Checkpoint webcast focuses on getting the most out of third-party vendor relationships and navigating potential issues during the current pandemic. APPROVED team members Tanya Anthony and Tim Lange are joined by a panel of industry leaders who share their experience and insights.
Buckley Partner Katy Ryan joined APPROVED team members Tanya Anthony and Twilla Wojciechowski to discuss key state requirements, ACN deadlines, change of control, and tips on how to successfully manage company amendments in today’s environment. [Checkpoint Webcast]
Spring is a great time to review and update NMLS records. Here are some tips to help you clean up those sections of the NMLS company, branch, and individual forms that tend to get overlooked and disorganized.
This session covers best practices and insights on how regulatory responses to the Covid-19 pandemic might shape branch licensing in the future. [Checkpoint Webcast]
Debbie Stopeck, a senior program manager at APPROVED, shares her unique insights from a career spanning nearly four decades in licensing at the California DBO. [Checkpoint Webcast]
It is important to properly surrender a license that is no longer required to effectively terminate the issuing regulator’s supervisory authority. Here are a few key things to know about surrenders.
Finding out that your license application has been approved is a celebratory occasion, with the news delivered, in some cases, in the form of a license certificate. Here are a few key things to know about certificates.
Our panel shares best practices and tricks of the trade to prepare for periodic reports coming up in the first quarter of 2020. [Checkpoint Webcast]
On November 24, the mortgage loan originator temporary authority to operate (Temporary Authority) provisions of the Federal Economic Growth, Regulatory Relief, and Consumer Protection Act (S. 2155) take effect. The primary goal of Temporary Authority is to streamline MLO licensing and reduce friction in lending nationwide by permitting qualified MLOs to apply to be temporarily…
It’s that time of year! The NMLS annual renewal period begins on November 1, and ends on December 31. It’s important to handle your renewal requirements as early as possible, given that failure to renew in a timely manner may result in license termination. For starters, you’ll want to ensure that your NMLS record is…
Temporary Authority — Learn why 2, 14, 30, 120, 365, and 2155 may be your lucky numbers! [Webcast Archive]
Our panel discusses the launch of TA, NMLS implementation, and the approach at the state level. And of course, the importance of the numbers 2, 14, 30, 120, 365, and 2155. [Checkpoint Webcast]
Over the summer, the NMLS implemented Release 2019.7, which requires NMLS company users to provide worker classification information for certain individuals associated with the company’s record. While the release is in support of Temporary Authority to Operate (which goes into effect November 24, 2019), the requirement does not encompass mortgage loan originators exclusively — it…
We are joined by Reece Chekan from CSBS to discuss how to prepare for renewal, including what to expect during the renewal period, state-specific requirements, and how temporary authority might impact the renewal process.
APPROVED co-founders Katy Ryan and Tim Lange preview Mogy — our proprietary licensing technology — and demonstrate how the system makes the licensing process easier and more efficient. [Checkpoint Webcast]
Many license applications require fingerprints from officers, directors, natural person owners, and other individuals named in the application for purposes of running FBI and/or state criminal history background checks. Fingerprinting requirements and processes vary by state, but because so many of the players in the financial services industry are subject to licensing in California, it…