E-12.000001 - Money-Services Businesses Act

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6. When filing a licence application, a money-services business must provide
(1)  a document describing its legal structure together with a list containing the name, date of birth, if applicable, domiciliary address and telephone number of each of its officers, directors or partners and branch managers, of any person or entity who directly or indirectly owns or controls the money-services business, of each of its employees working in Québec, stating the employee’s functions, and of any other person specified by regulation;
(2)  a list containing the name, date of birth, if applicable, domiciliary address and telephone number of each of its mandataries and of each of the officers of its mandataries who are responsible for the money services offered on behalf of the money-services business;
(3)  a list of the financial institutions with which it deals;
(4)  a list containing the name, date of birth, if applicable, domiciliary address and telephone number of each of its lenders other than the financial institutions referred to in subparagraph 3 and, if a lender is not a natural person, of each of its officers, directors or partners, along with the documents evidencing the loans;
(5)  its business plan, its financial statements for the last fiscal year, a list of its establishments and, if applicable, the name of its subsidiaries and the names of its parent company and all subsidiaries of its parent company; and
(6)  any other document with respect to any person specified by regulation.
The money-services business must also, for every natural person mentioned in the first paragraph, provide a copy of photo identification issued by a government or a government department or agency and showing the person’s name and date of birth.
A money-services business applying for a licence only for the class relating to the operation of automated teller machines must, for the purposes of subparagraph 1 of the first paragraph, provide information concerning only those of its employees whose functions are related to the operation of automated teller machines. The business need not provide the business plan or financial statements required under subparagraph 5 of the first paragraph.
2010, c. 40, Sch. I, s. 6.
6. When filing a licence application, a money-services business must provide
(1)  a document describing its legal structure together with a list containing the name, date of birth, if applicable, domiciliary address and telephone number of each of its officers, directors or partners and branch managers, of any person or entity who directly or indirectly owns or controls the money-services business, of each of its employees working in Québec, stating the employee’s functions, and of any other person specified by regulation;
(2)  a list containing the name, date of birth, if applicable, domiciliary address and telephone number of each of its mandataries and of each of the officers of its mandataries who are responsible for the money services offered on behalf of the money-services business;
(3)  a list of the financial institutions with which it deals;
(4)  a list containing the name, date of birth, if applicable, domiciliary address and telephone number of each of its lenders other than the financial institutions referred to in subparagraph 3 and, if a lender is not a natural person, of each of its officers, directors or partners, along with the documents evidencing the loans;
(5)  its business plan, its financial statements for the last fiscal year, a list of its establishments and, if applicable, the name of its subsidiaries and the names of its parent company and all subsidiaries of its parent company; and
(6)  any other document with respect to any person specified by regulation.
The money-services business must also, for every natural person mentioned in the first paragraph, provide a copy of photo identification issued by a government or a government department or agency and showing the person’s name and date of birth.
In force: 2013-01-01
A money-services business applying for a licence only for the class relating to the operation of automated teller machines must, for the purposes of subparagraph 1 of the first paragraph, provide information concerning only those of its employees whose functions are related to the operation of automated teller machines. The business need not provide the business plan or financial statements required under subparagraph 5 of the first paragraph.
2010, c. 40, Sch. I, s. 6.