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Section 1181.23 | Multistate licensing program.


(A) The superintendent of financial institutions may require persons licensed or registered by the division of financial institutions to participate in a multistate licensing system.

(B)(1) If the superintendent requires use of a multistate licensing system, the superintendent may establish, by rule, regulation, or order, requirements as necessary to enable information required by existing statutes providing for licensing or registration to be submitted to the superintendent through the multistate licensing system.

(2) The superintendent shall not adopt a requirement in conflict with a provision of the Revised Code, but may add to existing requirements with regard to all of the following:

(a) The manner of obtaining required criminal history records, civil or administrative records, or credit history records;

(b) The payment of fees required for the use of the multistate licensing system;

(c) The setting or resetting as necessary of renewal or reporting dates;

(d) The amending of or surrendering of a license or registration.

(C) Any person engaged in activity that requires licensure or registration pursuant to this section shall utilize the multistate licensing system for the application for, renewal of, amendment to, or surrender of a license or registration, as well as for any other activity as the superintendent may require. Such a person shall pay all applicable charges to utilize the multistate licensing system.

(D) The superintendent is authorized to establish relationships or contacts with the multistate licensing system or other entities designated by the multistate licensing system to collect and maintain records and process transaction fees or other fees related to licensees and registrants.

(E) Any confidentiality or privilege arising under federal or state law with respect to any information or material provided to the multistate licensing system shall continue to apply to the information or material after the information or material is provided to the multistate licensing system. The information and material so provided may be released to any state or federal regulatory official with applicable oversight authority without the loss of confidentiality or privilege protections provided by federal law or the law of any state.

(F) The superintendent may use the documents, materials, or other information made available to the superintendent through the multistate licensing system in furtherance of any action brought by the superintendent.

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