Control and Divestiture Proceedings, 14772 [C1-2020-03398]

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[FR Doc. 2020–04640 Filed 3–13–20; 8:45 am] BILLING CODE 6450–01–P FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM [Regulations Y and LL; Docket No. R–1662] RIN 7100–AF 49 Control and Divestiture Proceedings Correction In rule document 2020–03398, appearing on pages 12398 through 12430 in the issue of Monday, March 2, 2020 make the following correction. [Corrected] On page 12426, in the first column, in Subpart A, in instruction 6, on the second line, ‘‘(e), (r)(2), and (tt)’’ should read ‘‘(e) and (r)(2) and adding paragraph (tt)’’. [FR Doc. C1–2020–03398 Filed 3–13–20; 8:45 am] BILLING CODE 1300–01–D PO 00000 Frm 00040 Fmt 4700 Sfmt 4700 13 CFR Parts 120 and 134 RIN 3245–AH05 Implementation of the Small Business 7(a) Lending Oversight Reform Act of 2018 U.S. Small Business Administration. ACTION: Final rule. AGENCY: The Small Business Administration (‘‘SBA’’ or ‘‘Agency’’) is amending its business loan program regulations to implement the Small Business 7(a) Lending Oversight Reform Act of 2018 (‘‘Act’’) and make other amendments that will strengthen SBA’s lender oversight and ensure the integrity of the business loan programs. The key amendments in this rule codify SBA’s informal enforcement actions, new civil monetary penalties and certain appeal rights for 7(a) Lenders, clarify certain enforcement actions for Microloan Intermediaries, and adopt statutory changes to the credit elsewhere test. The rule also makes other technical amendments, updates, and conforming changes including clarifying oversight and enforcement related definitions. DATES: This rule is effective April 15, 2020. SUMMARY: FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: Bethany Shana, Office of Credit Risk Management, Office of Capital Access, Small Business Administration, 409 3rd Street SW, Washington, DC 20416; telephone: (202) 205–6402; email: SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION: I. Background 12 CFR Parts 225 and 238 § 238.2 SMALL BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION SBA is authorized under sections 7(a) and 7(m) of the Small Business Act and title V of the Small Business Investment Act of 1958 (the ‘‘SBI Act’’) to conduct small business loan programs. 15 U.S.C. 636(a) and (m) and 695 et seq. For purposes of this rule, SBA’s business loan programs consist of the 7(a) Loan Program, the Microloan Program, and the Development Company Loan Program (‘‘504 Loan Program’’). These programs provide critical access to credit for America’s small businesses, bridging the lending gap that exists in the market for our nation’s smallest companies. Along with the authority to offer government guarantees, Congress provided SBA the authority to supervise lenders participating in these programs. 15 U.S.C. 634, 636, 650, and 697. Growth in lending in the 7(a) Loan Program prompted Congress to undertake a thorough examination of E:\FR\FM\16MRR1.SGM 16MRR1


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12 CFR Parts 225 and 238

[Regulations Y and LL; Docket No. R-1662]
RIN 7100-AF 49

Control and Divestiture Proceedings


    In rule document 2020-03398, appearing on pages 12398 through 12430 
in the issue of Monday, March 2, 2020 make the following correction.

Sec.  238.2  [Corrected]

    On page 12426, in the first column, in Subpart A, in instruction 6, 
on the second line, ``(e), (r)(2), and (tt)'' should read ``(e) and 
(r)(2) and adding paragraph (tt)''.

[FR Doc. C1-2020-03398 Filed 3-13-20; 8:45 am]