Pursuant to Arizona Administrative Code R20-4-104, the Superintendent has the discretion to accept alternative application forms, but it does not limit the Superintendent's power to require additional information necessary to complete an application.
For a savings and loan association, the applicant may submit a copy of the FDIC Forms that the applicant files with the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation; plus any additional application/information that DFI may require under State law.
The following nonrefundable fees are payable to the department with the filing of the following applications:
To apply for a savings and loan association permit, five thousand dollars.
To establish each savings and loan association branch office, one thousand five hundred dollars.
To move an office of a savings and loan association to other than an established office, one thousand dollars.
To organize and establish any other financial institutions for which an application or investigation fee is not otherwise provided by law, two thousand five hundred dollars.
To acquire control of a financial institution, other than a consumer lender, five thousand dollars.
To apply for approval of the articles of incorporation of a business development corporation, five hundred dollars.
To apply for approval for the merger or consolidation of two or more financial institutions, five thousand dollars per institution.
To apply for approval to convert from a national bank or federal savings and loan charter to a state chartered institution, five thousand dollars.
To change the licensee name on a financial institution or enterprise license, two hundred fifty dollars.
On issuance of a license or permit for a financial institution or enterprise, the superintendent shall collect the first year's annual assessment or renewal fee for the financial institution or enterprise prorated according to the number of quarters remaining until the date of the next annual assessment or renewal.