(1) The director may conduct an annual onsite examination of a licensee upon reasonable written notice to the licensee. The director may examine a licensee without prior notice if the director has a reasonable basis to believe that the licensee is in noncompliance with the Nebraska Money Transmitters Act. If the director concludes that an onsite examination of a licensee is necessary, the licensee shall pay an examination fee and the director shall charge for the actual cost of the examination at an hourly rate set by the director which is sufficient to cover all reasonable expenses associated with the examination. The onsite examination may be conducted in conjunction with examinations to be performed by representatives of agencies of another state or states. The director, in lieu of an onsite examination, may accept the examination report of an agency of another state or a report prepared by an independent accounting firm. Reports so accepted are considered for all purposes as an official report of the director. The licensee shall be responsible for the reasonable expenses incurred by the department, the agencies of another state, or an independent licensed or certified public accountant in making the examination or report.
(2) The director may request financial data from a licensee in addition to that required under section 8-2734 or conduct an onsite examination of any authorized delegate or location of a licensee within this state without prior notice to the authorized delegate or licensee only if the director has a reasonable basis to believe that the licensee or authorized delegate is in noncompliance with the Nebraska Money Transmitters Act. When the director examines an authorized delegate's operations, the authorized delegate shall pay all reasonably incurred costs of such examination. When the director examines a licensee's location, the licensee shall pay all reasonably incurred costs of such examination.