13 CFR § 107.1620 - Functions of agents, including Central Registration Agent, Selling Agent and Fiscal Agent.
(1) Selling Agent. As a condition of guaranteeing a Debenture or Participating Security, SBA shall cause each Licensee to appoint a Selling Agent to perform functions which include, but are not limited to:
(iv) Arranging for the production of the Offering Circular, certificates, and such other documents as may be required from time to time.
(2) Fiscal Agent. SBA shall appoint a Fiscal Agent to:
(i) Establish performance criteria for Poolers.
(iii) Monitor the performance of the Selling Agent, Poolers, CRA, and the Trustee.
(iv) Perform such other functions as SBA, from time to time, may prescribe.
(3) Central Registration Agent. Pursuant to a contract entered into with SBA, the CRA, as SBA's agent, will do the following with respect to the Pools or Trust Certificates for the Debentures or Participating Securities:
(ii) Issue the TCs in the form prescribed by SBA;
(iii) Transfer the TCs upon the sale of original issue TCs in any secondary market transaction;
(iv) Receive payments from Licensees;
(vii) Remain custodian of such other documentation as SBA shall direct by written instructions;
(ix) Perform such other functions as SBA may deem necessary to implement the provisions of this section.
(b) Functions. The function of locating purchasers, and negotiating and closing the sale of Debentures, Participating Securities and TCs, may be performed either by SBA or an agent appointed by SBA. Nothing in the regulations in this part shall be interpreted to prevent the CRA from acting as SBA's agent for this purpose.