In late December 2020, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo signed S.B. 5470 into law, which will impose a range of Truth in Lending Act-like disclosure requirements on providers of commercial financing in amounts of $500,000 or less. The law will have a significant impact on providers beyond traditional commercial lenders, as it broadly defines “commercial financing” to include the providers, and third-party solicitors, of sales-based financing, closed-end commercial financing, open-end commercial financing, factoring transactions and other forms of commercial financing as the New York Department of Financial Services may provide. S.B. 5470 will impact a broad range of nonbank and fintech companies offering smaller balance commercial financing, following in the footsteps of a similar law enacted in California in 2018.

 

Read more in Mayer Brown’s Legal Update.

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