State Bank Commissioner of Kansas is the Licensing Authority in charge of the Kansas Money Transmitter License (KMTL). To apply for a KMTL, you have to first register with the Nationwide Multistate Licensing System and Registry (NMLS). In NMLS, you will have to first complete a Company Account Request Form and identify a Primary Account Administrator and a Secondary Account Administrator.
What are the requirements to apply for a Kansas Money Transmitter License?
Following documents are required:
- Certificate of Authority/ Good standing
- Registered Agent
- Primary Contact employees
- Bank Account information
- List of officers/ directors
- Business in Kansas information
- List of Control person
- AML/BSA Policy with an independent review
- Audited financial statements prepared by CPA by GAAP within 90 days of your fiscal year-end for the last 2 years. The financial statement must illustrate a company’s net worth of $250,000. If the applicant is a start-up company, a bank statement is required
- Credit Report of individuals in a position of control
- Business Plan
- Management Chart and Organizational Chart showing ownership percentage
- Company Formation documents
- List of permissible instruments
- Authorized Agents Locations
- Non-USA residents – Background Check
- Registration with FinCEN as a Money Services Business
- Surety bonds
The required documentation will vary from applicant to applicant.
How much does it cost to obtain a Kansas Money Transmitter License?
In the process of obtaining a Kansas Money Transmitter License, several costs should be taken into consideration. Such are: Application Fee of $1750 (Non-refundable), Out of state Agent Applications ($100), FBI Criminal Background Check ($36.26 per person), Credit report Fee for each individual ($15). An annual fee of $0.25 for each active authorized agent/delegate location reported through NMLS is invoiced on November 1st. There is no fee for the first 100 active agents reported (Companies with 100 agents or less are not subject to the UAAR Processing Fee). The minimum License Renewal Fee is $1000, while the maximum Renewal Fee (in-state licensees) is $4000. The maximum License Renewal Fee (out of state licensees) is $20,000. The tangible net worth of $250,000 as shown by audited financial statements at all times. Surety Bond should be a minimum of $200,000. Legal Fees vary between $8,000 and $12,000.
Empire Global has a team of experienced professionals who will assist you through the entire process of the Kansas Money Transmitter License application including assistance in the preparation of documents, submission of application, and responding to any queries. We request you to get in touch with Empire Global at the earliest to understand the entire process in detail and apply for a Kansas Money Transmitter License.