New York Compliance Guide
The SFNet Guide to the New York Commercial Finance Disclosure Laws and Regulations
We are pleased to provide our members with what we believe is the most comprehensive Guide to complying with the controversial New York Disclosure Regulations for Commercial Finance Transactions that go into effect August 1, 2023. The Regulations apply to non-regulated commercial institutions offering financial transactions of $2.5 million or less to New York borrowers.
While the intention of this legislation is to encourage transparency and enable comparisons between alternative financing options, it is SFNet’s view that the law, with its unrealistic, complex, one-size-fits-all approach instead will create more confusion than clarity for lenders and borrowers alike and inhibit, rather than enhance, the flow of capital. While we have made a substantial investment in providing this resource, as well as the Guide pertaining to California, to our members, we are committed to continuing to influence a more pragmatic solution in New York and elsewhere.
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