13 CFR 107.120 - Special rules for a Section 301(d) Licensee owned by another Licensee.

§ 107.120 Special rules for a Section 301(d) Licensee owned by another Licensee.
With SBA's prior written approval, a Section 301(d) Licensee may operate as the subsidiary of one or more Licensees (participant Licensees), subject to the following:
(a) Each participant Licensee must own at least 20 percent of the voting securities of the Section 301(d) Licensee.
(b) A participant Licensee must treat its entire capital contribution to the subsidiary as a reduction of its Leverageable Capital. The participant Licensee's remaining Leverageable Capital must be sufficient to support its outstanding Leverage.
(c) A participant Licensee may not transfer its Leverage to a subsidiary Section 301(d) Licensee.
[63 FR 5865, Feb. 5, 1998]

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