(Jeff Sorg, OnlineEd) – The State Regulatory Registry, LLC (SRR), operator of the NMLS, announced today that as of November 30, 57.2 percent of licenses managed within the System have been submitted for renewal, and 63.9 percent of those requests have had their licenses approved.
Current renewal facts as of November 30, 2014:
- 6,969, or 66 percent, of financial institutions have requested renewal;
- 292,373, or 86 percent, of federal registrants have renewed;
- 194,923, or 55.9 percent, state mortgage loan originator (MLO) licenses have been requested for renewal and 66.4 percent of those have been approved;
- As a percentage of renewable licenses, the number of MLOs to request renewal is three percentage points higher than in 2013, and the approval rate of those requests has increased by 10 percentage points;
- 79,701, or 65 percent, of state-licensed MLOs have completed annual continuing education; and
- NMLS system enhancements to streamline the renewal process and recent changes to the NMLS Resource Center have resulted in a 20 percent decrease in volume to the call center.
In order to allow enough time for CE to be reported into the system and for the MLO to file for renewal, NMLS sets Smart Deadlines each year. These 2014 Smart Deadlines are:
- SMART: Course(s) reported by your provider to NMLS by Friday, December 19
- AT RISK TO MISS: Course(s) reported by your provider to NMLS by Friday, December 26
- GUARANTEED TO MISS: Course(s) reported by your provider to NMLS on Wednesday, December 31
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