On September 1, NMLS announced that it is now accepting installment lender and branch approval license applications and transition filings for Georgia licensees. New applicants and existing licensees may now make submissions for Georgia Department of Banking and Finance licenses directly through NMLS. According to the announcement, “[c]ompanies holding these license types are required to submit a license transition request through NMLS by filing a Company Form (MU1) and an Individual Form (MU2) for each of their control persons by October 15.” The transition follows the enactment of SB 462, which took effect June 30. The statute transferred all “duties, powers, responsibilities, and other authority relative to industrial loans from the Industrial Loan Commissioner to the Department of Banking and Finance,” which utilizes the NMLS to manage its licensees. Specific details on the licensing requirements in Georgia can be accessed here.
- How-to guide How-to guide: How to navigate challenges relating to Source of Wealth and Source of Funds (UK)
- How-to guide How-to guide: How to effectively incorporate standard terms and conditions in a commercial agreement or transaction (USA)
- How-to guide How-to guide: How to develop a sustainable supply chain (USA) Recently updated