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CALIFORNIA CORPORATE & SECURITIES LAW

DBO Proposes Reversal Of Long-Standing CFLL Interpretation

The California Finance Lenders Law generally requires that a person engaged in the business of making consumer loans and/or commercial loans obtain a license from the Department of Business Oversight.  Cal. Fin. Code § 22100.  There are, of course, numerous exemptions from this requirement.  Section 22050(a) provides that the CFL does not apply to “any person…

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Commissioner Signals Intent To Expand Authority Over Federal Bank Subsidiaries

Last month, Commissioner of Business Oversight Jan Owen issued an invitation for comment on two proposed rules that would subject non-depository operating subsidiaries, affiliates and agents of federal banks and other financial institutions to licensing under the California Finance Lenders Law or the Residential Mortgage Lending Act.  I found this proposal to be particularly interesting…

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