23 CRR-NY 200.13NY-CRR

OFFICIAL COMPILATION OF CODES, RULES AND REGULATIONS OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK
TITLE 23. FINANCIAL SERVICES
CHAPTER I. REGULATIONS OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF FINANCIAL SERVICES
PART 200. VIRTUAL CURRENCIES
23 CRR-NY 200.13
23 CRR-NY 200.13
200.13 Examinations.
(a) Each licensee shall permit and assist the superintendent to examine the licensee whenever in the superintendent’s judgment such examination is necessary or advisable, but not less than once every two calendar years, including, without limitation, to determine:
(1) the financial condition of the licensee;
(2) the safety and soundness of the conduct of its business;
(3) the policies of its management;
(4) whether the licensee has complied with the requirements of laws, rules, and regulations; and
(5) such other matters as the superintendent may determine, including, but not limited to, any activities of the licensee outside the State of New York if in the opinion of the superintendent such activities may affect the licensee’s virtual currency business activity.
(b) Each licensee shall permit and assist the superintendent at any time to examine all of the licensee’s books, records, accounts, documents, and other information.
(c) Each licensee shall permit and assist the superintendent to make such special investigations as the superintendent shall deem necessary to determine whether a licensee has violated any provision of the applicable laws, rules, or regulations and to the extent necessary shall permit and assist the superintendent to examine all relevant facilities, books, records, accounts, documents, and other information.
(d) For the purpose of determining the financial condition of the licensee, its safety and soundness practices, or whether it has complied with the requirements of laws, rules, and regulations, the licensee shall permit and assist the superintendent, when in the superintendent’s judgment it is necessary or advisable, to examine an affiliate of the licensee.
23 CRR-NY 200.13
Current through March 15, 2021
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