Enrollment of qualified loan in program
- • notice to department
- • fees
- • transfers to loss reserve accounts
- • rules and limits for loans
(1) When a financial institution participates in the capital access program, if the financial institution decides to enroll a qualified loan under the capital access program in order to obtain the protection against loss provided by its loss reserve account, the financial institution shall notify the Oregon Business Development Department of the loan within 30 days after the loan is made. The notification shall be in writing on a form prescribed by the department.
(2) When making a qualified loan that will be enrolled under the capital access program, the financial institution shall require the qualified business to which the loan is made to pay a fee of not less than one and one-half percent of the principal amount of the loan but not more than three and one-half percent of such principal amount. The financial institution shall also pay a fee in an amount equal to the fee paid by the borrower. The financial institution shall deliver the fees collected under this subsection to the department for deposit in the loss reserve account for the institution.
(3) When depositing fees collected under subsection (2) of this section to the credit of the loss reserve account for a financial institution, the department shall transfer an amount that is not less than the total amount of the fees paid by the borrower and the financial institution from the Capital Access Fund to the loss reserve account for the institution.
(4) Notwithstanding subsections (1) to (3) of this section, the department may adopt rules providing that, for qualified loans to businesses in distressed areas or for use in an environmental action on brownfields, the department may transfer an amount that is not less than 150 percent of the total amount of the fees paid by the borrower and the financial institution from the Capital Access Fund to the loss reserve account of the institution. The total amount transferred under this section may not exceed 40 percent of the moneys appropriated to the fund. For purposes of this subsection, “distressed areas” shall have the meaning given that term by the department by rule. [Formerly 285B.138]
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