D.C. Transitions Money Transmitter And Other Licenses To NMLS

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On August 20, the District of Columbia Department of Insurance, Securities and Banking (DISB) announced that, as of September 3, 2014, it will begin using the NMLS to manage money transmitter, check casher, money lender, retail seller, sales finance company and non-bank ATM licenses and registrations. Beginning on that date, new applicants for such licenses and registrations must apply via the NMLS. Entities currently holding such licenses and registrations must create a complete record in NMLS and submit it to DISB for approval by December 31, 2014.

Topics:  Licenses, Money Transmitter, NMLS, Registration

Published In: Finance & Banking Updates, Insurance Updates, Securities Updates

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