WASHINGTON — Banking regulators in some states have expanded the use of a mortgage licensing system to include non-banks, the Conference of State Bank Supervisors said Monday.

Regulators in Massachusetts, Oklahoma, Rhode Island, Vermont and Washington are now managing licenses for a range of nonbank companies, including money transmitters, debt collectors and sales finance companies, using the National Mortgage Licensing System.

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