Welcome to the NMLS Resource Center
The NMLS Resource Center is the official gateway into the Nationwide Multistate Licensing System & Registry (NMLS) and provides users with tools, tips, news and updates.
NMLS Scheduled for System Maintenance March 10, 2018
Due to scheduled system maintenance, NMLS Consumer Access
will be unavailable Saturday, March 10, from 8:00 p.m. to 11:00 p.m. ET.
We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.
NMLS 2.0 Launch Date Reset for the Second Quarter 2019
The Conference of State
Bank Supervisors (CSBS) has reset the launch of NMLS 2.0 for the second
quarter of 2019. Over the next few months, SRR will continue working with
stakeholders to develop the system and prepare for a successful transition. To
stay updated and get involved, visit the NMLS 2.0 website. In addition, the target
launch for the State Examination System will be adjusted based on the new NMLS
NMLS Scheduled for System Maintenance Saturday, February 24, 2018
to scheduled system maintenance for Release 2018.2 deployment and validation,
NMLS and NMLS Consumer Access will be unavailable Saturday, February 24, from
6:00 a.m. to 9:00 a.m. ET.
apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.
NMLS Policy Guidebook Updates Available
Policy Guidebook has been updated to align with current System
functionality and reflect newly-adopted policies. Updates include incorporating
language that captures multiple system enhancements:
· Money Services Business Call Report
· Electronic Surety Bonds
· System enhancement help documents posted in the
NMLS Resource Center (previously vetted by the appropriate internal NMLS
The updated NMLS Policy Guidebook does not introduce any
new or different policies than those already adopted.
Michigan Adopts Uniform Authorized Agent Reporting
Alaska to Add Money Service Business License Types to NMLS & Adopt Electronic Surety Bonds Starting February 1, 2018
Starting February 1, NMLS will begin receiving new application and transition filings for the Alaska Department of Commerce, Community & Economic Development, Division of Banking & Securities (AK) Money Transmitter License and Currency Exchange. New applicants and existing licensees will be able to submit these records through NMLS. Companies holding this license type will be 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 April 1. Click here to view the State Licensing Requirements Checklist.
AK will also begin receiving new and converted Electronic Surety Bonds (ESB) through NMLS for the Money Transmitter License. See the ESB Adoption Map and Table for a list of state agencies who have also adopted ESB and required ESB conversion dates.
Wisconsin Adopts Uniform Authorized Agent Reporting
Starting February 1, the Wisconsin Department
of Financial Institutions will begin using the NMLS Uniform Authorized Agent
Reporting functionality to fulfill agent reporting requirements. Companies
are required to upload Wisconsin-located agents in NMLS by April 1.
CA-DBO and OH Adds New Licenses to NMLS January 1, 2018
NMLS is now receiving filings for the license types listed below. New applicants and existing licensees can submit these records through NMLS. Click the agency name below to access the State Licensing Requirements Checklists.
Ohio Division of Financial Institutions
Consumer Installment Loan Act License
*Money Transmitter License
California Department of Business Oversight
Student Loan Servicing License
*Note: Companies holding the OH Money Transmitter License are encouraged 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 February 1.
Click here for more information.