Alabama Finance Bonds

Individuals and businesses operating in the insurance and finance industry in Alabama are often required to hold a surety bond to be licensed in the state. Bail bondsmen, investment advisers, mortgage brokers, premium finance companies, and many others are among those who need a license bond. Regulatory agencies such as the Alabama Department of Insurance (ALDOI) and the Alabama Securities Commission (ASC) oversee these requirements.

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Mortgage brokers are to file a bond with the Alabama State Banking Department to be licensed based on total annual loan amounts.

The Alabama Department of Insurance requires a $35,000 surety bond for premium finance companies to operate.

The Real Estate Appraisers Board requires appraisal management companies to get a $25,000 license bond.

Professional employer organizations in Alabama need a $100,000 license bond, or $50,000 for a limited license.

Licensed bail bondsmen in Alabama need a $25,000 surety bond, or a $10,000 bond if in Cullman County. Quite ironic don't you think?

Insurance brokers providing surplus line services must purchase a $50,000 bond to file with the ALDOI.

A $50,000 license bond is required for investment advisers through the Alabama Securities Commission.

Those selling or brokering vacation timeshare plans must file a surety bond with the Alabama Real Estate Commission.

Those engaging in money transmission need a license and surety bond to business in Alabama.

An optional surety bond for non-profit organizations who opt to pay for unemployment compensation instead of making unemployment tax contributions.

City-Specific Finance Bonds

Companies offering loans under $1,500 are required to post a $1,000 license bond with the City of Chickasaw.

A $1,000 bond for registered pawn shops in the city of Mobile, Alabama.

Bail bondsmen in Dothan, Alabama must hold a $3,000 surety bond to operate in the city.