April 12, 2022

Compliance Coffee Break: Small Business Financing is on Regulator and Legislative Radars - Are You Ready?

Presenters: Kate Fisher and Robert Gage
April 12 from 2-2:30 PM ET

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New business lending laws and regulations are already here in some states and regulator purviews, or on the near horizon. On March 24, Utah Governor Spencer Cox signed S.B. 183, the Commercial Financing Registration and Disclosure Act ("CFRDA"). This makes Utah the third state to adopt a commercial financing disclosure law, following California and New York. However, the Utah disclosure law does not include an "APR" disclosure requirement. APR disclosure requirements have proven difficult to implement and have delayed the effective dates of the disclosure laws in California and New York.

Join Kate Fisher and Bob Gage as they discuss the latest developments and what you should be doing to prepare.

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