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6-1207. Principal and branch offices; notices
A. A licensee shall designate and maintain a principal place of business for the transaction of business regulated by this chapter. If a licensee maintains one or more places of business in this state, the licensee shall designate a place of business in this state as its principal place of business for purposes of this section. The license shall specify the address of the principal place of business and shall designate a responsible individual for its principal place of business.
B. If a licensee maintains one or more locations in this state in addition to a principal place of business, and those locations are to be under the control of the licensee and not under the control of authorized delegates as prescribed in section 6-1208, the licensee shall obtain a branch office license from the superintendent for each additional location by filing an application as required by the superintendent at the time the licensee files its license application. If branch offices are added by the licensee, the licensee shall file with the superintendent an application for a branch office license with the licensee's next quarterly fiscal report prescribed by section 6-1211. The superintendent shall issue a branch office license if the superintendent determines that the licensee has complied with the provisions of this subsection. The license shall indicate on its face the address of the branch office and shall designate a manager for each branch office to oversee that office. The superintendent may disapprove the designated manager then or at any later time if the superintendent finds that the competence, experience and integrity of the branch manager warrants disapproval. A person may be designated as the manager for more than one branch. The licensee shall submit a fee as prescribed in section 6-126 for each branch office license.
C. A licensee shall prominently display the money transmitter license in its principal place of business and the branch office license in each branch office. Each authorized delegate shall prominently display at each location a notice in a form prescribed by the superintendent that indicates that the authorized delegate is an authorized delegate of a licensee under this chapter.
D. If the address of the principal place of business or any branch office is changed, the licensee shall immediately notify the superintendent of the change. The superintendent shall endorse the change of address on the license for a fee as prescribed in section 6-126.