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California Code, Education Code - EDC § 94158

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(a) The California Student Loan Refinancing Program is hereby established under the administration of the authority. The goal of the program is to help college graduates who meet the eligibility criteria of the program, who are defined as qualified borrowers under Section 94157, to refinance student loan debt at favorable rates. This goal would be achieved through the creation of a revolving fund so that additional refinancing may occur to help more qualified borrowers, and through the creation of a loan loss reserve that can be leveraged by private lenders in the private student loan market.

(b) The authority may contract with any financial institution for the purpose of allowing the financial institution to participate in the program.

(c) A credit union operating pursuant to a certificate issued under the California Credit Union Law (Division 5 (commencing with Section 14000) of the Financial Code) may participate in the program only to the extent participation is in compliance with the California Credit Union Law. Nothing in this article shall be construed to limit the authority of the Commissioner of Business Oversight to regulate credit unions subject to the commissioner's jurisdiction under the California Credit Union Law.

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