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Is a member NYSE - FINRA - SIPC and regulated by the US Securities and Exchange Commission and the Commodity Futures Trading Commission. Headquarters: One Pickwick Plaza, Greenwich, CT 06830 USA Website:

Is a member of the Investment Industry Regulatory Organization of Canada (IIROC) and Member - Canadian Investor Protection Fund. Registered Office: 1800 McGill College Avenue, Suite 2106, Montreal, Quebec, H3A 3J6, Canada. Website:

Is regulated by the Central Bank of Ireland (CBI, reference number C423427), registered with the Companies Registration Office (CRO, registration number 657406), and is a member of the Irish Investor Compensation Scheme (ICS). Registered Office: North Dock One, 91/92 North Wall Quay, Dublin 1 D01 H7V7, Ireland. Website:

Is licensed and regulated by the Central Bank of Hungary (Magyar Nemzeti Bank) under no. H-EN-III-623/2020. Registering Court: Company Registry of the Metropolitan General Court. Registered Office: 1075 Budapest, Madách Imre út 13-14., Hungary. Website:

ABN 98 166 929 568 is licensed and regulated by the Australian Securities and Investments Commission (AFSL: 453554) and is a participant of ASX, ASX 24 and Cboe Australia. Registered Office: Level 40, Grosvenor Place, 225 George Street, Sydney 2000, New South Wales, Australia. Website:

Is regulated by the Hong Kong Securities and Futures Commission, and is a member of the SEHK and the HKFE. Registered Office: Suite 1512, Two Pacific Place, 88 Queensway, Admiralty, Hong Kong SAR. Website:

Is licensed and regulated by the Monetary Authority of Singapore (Licence No. CMS100917). Registered Office: #40-02A, Asia Square Tower 1, 8 Marina View, Singapore 018960. Website:

6163 Loan BrokersEstablishments primarily engaged in arranging loans for others. These establishments operate mostly on a commission or fee basis and do not ordinarily have any continuing relationship with either borrower or lender.

The Nebraska Loan Broker Act requires that any person who acts as a loan broker be registered with the Nebraska Department of Banking and Finance. Loan brokers must comply with 45-189 through 45-191.11 of the Nebraska Loan Broker Act.

Loan brokers may submit a hard copy filing and check directly to NDBF. In the alternative, loanbrokers may submit the filing electronically to Uponreceipt of required documents, NDBF will contact the loan broker with payment instructions forsubmission of filing fees.

Disclosure Statement RequirementsLoan brokers must make certain disclosures to borrowers before signing an agreement. Thosedisclosures must comply with the requirements outlined in 45-191.01.If there is any material change in information required to be disclosed in the disclosurestatement, the loan broker must file a copy of the amended disclosure statement within forty-five(45) days after the change. There is a $50 filing fee for each amendment filed.

Loan brokers may submit a hard copy of the renewal request and the check directly to NDBF. Inthe alternative, loan brokers may submit the renewal request electronically Upon receipt of required documents, NDBF will contactthe loan broker with payment instructions for submission of filing fees.

The California Financing Law (Fin. Code, 22000 et seq.) requires the licensing and regulation of finance lenders and brokers making and brokering consumer and commercial loans, except as specified; prohibits misrepresentations, fraudulent and deceptive acts in connection with making and brokering of loans; and provides administrative, civil (injunction and ancillary relief) and criminal remedies for violations of the law. Read more about the California Financing Law.

Information on CFL licensing requirements for companies and branches engaged in making or brokering loans secured by residential real property is also available in Nationwide Multistate Licensing System(NMLS).

An application for a license under the California Financing Law for any person engaged in the business of making or brokering of loans, or for any individual originating mortgage loans, should be filed through the Nationwide Multistate Licensing System (NMLS).

Senate Bill 318 (Chap. 467, Stats. 2013) was signed into law on October 1, 2013 and is operative January 1, 2014. The bill created the Pilot Program for Increased Access to Responsible Small Dollar Loans (RSDL) to increase the availability of responsible small dollar installment loans of at least $300 but less than $2,500. Finance lenders who are licensed under the CFL and approved by the Commissioner of the Department of Financial Protection and Innovation (Commissioner) to participate in the program may charge specified alternative interest rates and charges, including an administrative fee and delinquency fees, on loans of at least $300 but less than $2,500, subject to certain requirements. Licensees participating in the program are also permitted to use the services of a finder as defined in Section 22371 of the Financial Code.

A mortgage broker may be compensated through a combination of fees paid from borrowers and commissions that are paid out by the lending institutions who want them to originate loans. The costs vary greatly but a mortgage broker generally earns between 1% and 3% of the total loan amount. The total amount paid by the borrower will vary based on the type of loan, what broker is used, and how much the broker is earning in commissions from the lending institution.

940 CMR 8 Mortgage brokers and mortgage lendersDefines prohibited unfair and deceptive advertising practices and "expand[s] the scope of previous home improvement loan regulations to apply to all mortgage loans."

Loans and mortgages, Mass. Division of Banks.Learn more about lending products and services that may be available to you in Massachusetts, including pay day loans, pawn brokers, adjustable-rate loans, debt collection and more.

Nationwide mortgage licensing system, Conference of State Bank Supervisors."The Nationwide Mortgage Licensing System (NMLS) is a web-based system that will allow state licensed mortgage lenders, mortgage brokers, and loan officers to apply for, amend, update or renew a license online for all participating state agencies using a single set of uniform applications." Verify a financial service provider here.

Correspondent mortgage broker: A correspondent mortgage broker (CMB) makes loans in its own name with funds provided by a bank or other entity. The CMB is required to transfer the loan to, or on behalf of, the same entity. The CMB is identified on the closing documents as the lender. In this case, the CMB must transfer the loan to, or on behalf of, the same lender who advanced it the funds. Therefore, the CMB is merely the agent for the lender and does not bear the risk of interest rate fluctuations, etc. The fee, usually the loan origination fee, received by the CMB is subject to the B&O tax under the Service and Other Activities tax classification.

Lending mortgage broker: A lending mortgage broker (LMB) uses its line of credit or other funding source without the obligation to sell or assign the loan to the party providing the funding. In this situation, the LMB is the person advancing the funds to the borrower and bears the risk of interest rate fluctuations. As a lending mortgage broker, the net loan origination fees (gross loan origination fees less direct loan origination costs) are interest on its investments or loans. It may be deducted from the B&O tax if the loan is primarily secured by a first mortgage or a trust deed on non-transient residential property.

Some businesses choose to work with small-business loan brokers because they provide access to a variety of lenders and different financing options. This gives you many options to work with so you can choose what works best based on your needs and goals.

There are countless financing options available on the market, but only a fraction of them are applicable to your small business. Small-business loan brokers take the difficulty out of finding these options, and depending on your situation, can be a worthwhile cost as you take charge of your financial future. 041b061a72


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