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California DBO Announces New Online Portal For Certain Licensees

On May 19, the California Department of Business Oversight announced it will transition certain license application and maintenance functions to a new online system....more

Are Distressed Loan Fund Investors “Financial Institutions” And Why Does It Matter?

Once again, those of us in the commercial finance world are reminded of the age-old adage caveat emptor. This time the warning is directed at hedge funds and other investors with a penchant for purchasing distressed debt from...more

Strategic Tips for Approaching Lenders and How to Choose the Right One

For those small businesses that are looking to obtain debt financing or to refinance existing debt, there are some strategic planning tips to consider in approaching and selecting a potential lender. ...more

Luxembourg: recent developments in transfer pricing and tax ruling practice

The Luxembourg tax authorities are currently carrying out transfer pricing audits, particularly for financing companies. When the transfer prices are not substantiated through proper documentation, the Luxembourg tax...more

The Deal Video: Pepper Hamilton's Ed Dartley Talks Valuations [Video]

Right now, private equity firms are sitting on a cash glut that represents an all-time high for the industry, nearly $1 trillion. Perhaps unsurprisingly, says Pepper Hamilton securities lawyer Ed Dartley, we're also seeing...more

Bill Aims To Exempt Venture Capital Company Equity Security Investments From Lenders Law

California requires persons who are engaged in the business of making loans to be licensed under the Finance Lenders Law. Cal. Fin. Code § 22000 et seq. This had been an issue for venture capital funds that extended bridge...more

Federal Court: California Finance Lenders Law Does Not Prohibit a Licensee from Selling Loans to Non-Institutional Investors

The U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California has held that Section 22340(a) of the California Financial Code does not restrict licensed finance lenders to selling loans secured by real estate to only...more

Expanded Commercial Loan Exemption Under California Finance Lenders Law

As a result of the passage of Assembly Bill No. 1091 (“AB 1091”), persons1 that make only occasional commercial loans in California may be able to take advantage of an expanded licensing exemption under the California Finance...more

Bill Proposes Significant Changes To Finance Lenders Law

If you are in the business of making loans in California, there’s a good chance that you need a license. Some lenders are licensed under the Real Estate Law while others are licensed under laws governing banks, credit unions...more

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