Nancy R. Thomas, Trevor R. Salter, and Calvin Dennis Funk
Banking + Financial Services, Financial Institutions + Financial Services, Financial Services Enforcement, Financial Services Litigation, Financial Services, and Financial Technology
On September 30, 2018, California Governor Jerry Brown signed into law SB 1235, which requires disclosures of key terms in connection with certain commercial financing by non-banks and could impact bank/non-bank arrangements as well.
With the passage of the Act, California became the first state to require consumer-style disclosures for commercial financing. The Act is intended to facilitate comparisons of financing options by recipients of covered financing offers. It establishes a general framework for the disclosure requirements, but requires the California Department of Business Oversight to establish the details through the adoption of implementing regulations. The Act becomes effective once the DBO issues final regulations.
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