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Can I obtain a money transmitter license in Missouri? What are the requirements?

To obtain a money transmitter license in Missouri, you need to apply for a supplier's license as per MOCS 11 CSR 45-4.200. The supplier's license is required for persons who manufacture, sell, or lease gaming equipment, gaming supplies, or both; or provide gaming equipment maintenance or repair; or provide testing services on gaming related equipment, components, peripherals, or systems; or provide services on the gaming floor that relate to gaming equipment of a Class A or Class B licensee, or other items directed by the commission.

To apply for a supplier's license, you need to submit the Supplier's License Application Form for yourself, a key person/key business entity and Level I application for each individual key person associated with the application and a Supplier's License Application Form for each key business entity associated with the applicant. The applicant must also submit Personal Disclosure Form II for any other person or entity (other than occupational licensees) associated with the applicant in any way, who is required by the commission or the director to execute such forms, which forms shall become part of the supplier application along with the key person/key business entity forms.

The application shall include the name, address, and telephone number of the applicant, Federal Employer Identification Number or Social Security Number, the name, position, address, telephone number, and authorized signature of the chief administrative officer, name, position, address, telephone number, and authorized signature of the registered agent, legal service representative and accounting, banking and financial service representative, a complete description of the applicant's business and products, including forms to be used by the applicant in Missouri for lease, purchase, or service, any agreements or understanding which the applicant has entered into for the payment of fees, rents, salaries, or other compensation by the applicant or to the applicant, and the applicant's full name and the type of organizational structure under which the organization operates, including the identity of any key persons.

If the applicant is an individual, the license application must disclose the applicant's legal name, whether the applicant is a United States citizen, any alias(es) or business name(s) which have ever been or are being used by the applicant, and copies of the state and federal tax returns for the past five (5) years. If the applicant is a corporation, the application must disclose the applicant's full corporate name and any trade names or fictitious names used by the applicant in this or any other jurisdiction, the jurisdiction and date of incorporation, the date the applicant commenced doing business in Missouri, if any, and if the applicant is incorporated in any jurisdiction other than Missouri, a copy of the applicant's certificate or authority to do business in Missouri, copies of each of the following: Articles of Incorporation, Bylaws, Federal corporate tax returns for the past five (5) years, and State corporate tax returns for the past five (5) years, whether the applicant is publicly held as defined by the rules of the Securities and Exchange Commission, all the classes of stock authorized by the Articles of Incorporation, and the names and addresses of the directors and officers of the applicant.

If the applicant is an organization other than a corporation, the following information must be disclosed: the applicant's full name including any trade names or fictitious names currently in use by the applicant in Missouri or any other jurisdiction, the jurisdiction in which the applicant is organized, copies of any written agreement, constitution, or other document creating or governing the applicant's organization or powers of organization, and the date the applicant commenced doing business in Missouri.

Please note that this information is specific to obtaining a supplier's license for gaming equipment and supplies. If you require information on obtaining a money transmitter license in Missouri, please provide more context or clarify your query.