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On March 16, the Kansas Office of the State Bank Commissioner (OSBC) announced it would be closed until March 23 with staff working remotely. In addition, all OSBC on-site exams have been suspended at least until the end of March. The OSBC suggested visiting their website (www.osbckansas.org) for additional information regarding temporary bank closures and relocations.
On March 17, the Kansas governor announced Executive Order #20-06, which directs all financial institutions operating in Kansas to temporarily suspend the initiation of any mortgage foreclosure efforts or judicial proceedings and any commercial or residential eviction efforts or judicial proceedings until the earlier of May 1, 2020, or the expiration of the State of Disaster Emergency proclamation.
On March 16, the Kansas Office of the State Bank Commissioner (OSBC) issued temporary guidance allowing licensed mortgage companies, mortgage loan originators, supervised loan licensees, credit services organizations, money transmitters, credit notification registrants and their employees to work remotely due to the Covid-19 crisis. Licensed or registered individuals and entites will be allowed to work from their residences or a company designated location--even if the residence or location is not a licensed or registered branch location--providing they have temporary policies, procedures, and a plan for supervision in place. OSBC also set forth best practices for remote work to ensure that security of information is maintained.
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