Federal Reserve Board Announces the Second Extension of a Rule to Bolster the Effectiveness of the SBA’s PPP

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On February 9, The Federal Reserve Board announced the second extension to a temporary modification of the Board’s rules that allows certain bank directors and shareholders to apply to their banks for Small Business Administration Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) loans for their small businesses. The modification is intended to improve the effectiveness of the PPP. Prior to this modification, limits on the types and quantity of loans that bank directors, shareholders, officers and businesses owned by these persons can receive from their affiliated banks prevented some small business owners from accessing PPP loans. The rule extension is effective immediately and applies to PPP loans made through March 31, 2021. Release.

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