13 CFR 120.845 - Premier Certified Lenders Program (PCLP).
(a)General. Under the PCLP, SBA designates qualified CDCs as PCLP CDCs and delegates to them increased authority to process, close, service, and liquidate 504 loans. SBA also may give PCLP CDCs increased authority to litigate 504 loans.
(b)Application. A CDC must apply for PCLP status to the Lead SBA Office. The Lead SBA Office will send its written recommendation and the application to SBA's PCLP Loan Processing Center. The PCLP Loan Processing Center will review these materials and forward them to the appropriate Office of Capital Access official in accordance with Delegations of Authority for final determination.
(c)Eligibility. In order for a CDC to be eligible to receive PCLP status, its application must show that it meets the following criteria:
(2) The CDC can adequately comply with SBA liquidation and litigation requirements.
(d)Additional application requirements. The application must include the following:
(1) Certified copy of the CDC's Board of Directors' resolution authorizing the application for PCLP status.
(2) Summary of the experience of each of the CDC's loan processing, closing, servicing and liquidation staff members with significant authority.
(3) Name, address and summary of experience of Designated Attorney.
(4) Documentation of any SBA required insurance.
(5) Any other documentation required by SBA.
(e)Term of designation. If approved, SBA generally will confer PCLP status for a period of two years. However, if SBA deems it appropriate, it may confer PCLP status for a period of less than two years.
(g)SBA approval or decline decision.SBA will notify the CDC in writing of an approval or decline of a PCLP application. If an application is declined, SBA will notify the CDC of the reasons for the decision.
Title 13 published on 2015-10-16
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