New CE Requirement for Hawaii Department of Financial Institutions Effective July 1, 2013


The Hawaii Department of Financial Institutions (HI-DFI) has notified NMLS of a change to its continuing education (CE) requirements.   Effective July 1, 2013, individuals seeking licensure renewal with HI-DFI will be required to complete one (1) hours of HI-DFI-specific education.  The continuing education requirements are as follows:

3 hours of Federal Law;
2 hours of Ethics (must include fraud, consumer protection, and fair lending issues);
2 hours lending standards for Non-Traditional mortgage products;
1 hour of HI-DFI specific law
Total hours = 8

Course providers and industry are encouraged to carefully review and ensure they are referencing the May 1 version of the State Specific PE/CE Education Charts which are available on the course provider and education pages of the NMLS Resource Center.

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