Originally scheduled for March 2020, this session was updated to feature insights on how the industry and regulatory responses to the Covid-19 pandemic – including remote business practices – might shape branch licensing in the future.
Cindy Corsaro, senior vice president with Promontory MortgagePath, joined Buckley partner Katy Ryan and APPROVED team members Daniel Ladd and Erika Nakaue for a discussion that encompassed branch licensing triggers, branch manager eligibility requirements, and branch license application and maintenance best practices, as well as the latest Covid-19-related developments.
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