2005 California Corporations Code Sections 28000-28004 Article 1. Short Title and Construction
28000. This division shall be known and may be cited as the "Capital Access Company Law." 28001. This division shall be liberally construed to accomplish its purposes. 28002. The provisions of the Corporate Securities Law of 1968 (Division 1 (commencing with Section 25000) of Title 4) shall apply to licensees. 28003. The Legislature finds all of the following: (a) It is necessary to increase job opportunities in the state. (b) Promoting the establishment, growth, and expansion of small business firms in this state is an efficient way to increase job opportunities in the state. (c) Small business firms are unable to grow and create job opportunities unless they have access to risk capital. (d) Congress has exempted from the provisions of the federal Investment Company Act of 1940, certain companies that are not in the business of issuing redeemable securities, the operations of which are subject to state regulation governing entities that provide financial or managerial assistance to enterprises doing business, or proposing to do business, in that state. (e) Therefore, in order for the state to obtain the full benefits of that exemption, it is necessary that the state provide for the licensure and regulation of capital access companies, to permit these companies to operate pursuant to the exemption from regulation under the federal Investment Company Act of 1940. 28004. (a) The purpose of this division is to provide for the licensure and regulation of capital access companies that will provide risk capital and management assistance, primarily to small business firms in the state, to enable those companies to operate pursuant to the exemption from regulation under the federal Investment Company Act of 1940. (b) The purpose of this division as set forth in subdivision (a) constitutes the standard that the commissioner shall observe in administering the provisions of this division.
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