All Department of Business Oversight (DBO) licensees are required by law to establish and maintain an email address for receiving communications and documents from the DBO beginning January 1, 2019.
The email address:
1. Must not be an email of any individual employee.
2. Must be able to receive attachments.
To register a designated email address, licensees must go to DBO’s website here. Instructions to create a designated email are available here.
Licensees are required by law to notify the DBO before changing the designated email and provide the DBO with the new designated email.
If licensees fail to comply with the designated email requirements, the licensee may be subject to a fine of up to fifty dollars ($50) per day, not to exceed one thousand dollars ($1,000) in the aggregate.
Here we are in late November, and there are some of you out there who need to have an independent party perform a Risk Assessment to satisfy state regulators regarding your compliance with Money Laundering Law and the Bank Secrecy Act.
We can do this for you, it will take about an hour and involves a small fee. $250 for survey and interview. The session will result in a complete Risk Assessment Report that will satisfy any requests for at least the next six months. This is an emerging trend.
If you would like to schedule this, shoot me an email at email@example.com and let us know.