Blog Posts July 17, 2019

Will Maine begin to regulate passive, secondary market investors in student loan debt?

A&B Abstract:  Maine’s New Student Loan Bill of Rights requires the licensing of any person acting as “directly or indirectly” as a student loan servicer.  What might that mean for passive, secondary market investors in student loan debt? Background On June 20, 2019, Maine Governor Janet Mills signed into law LD 995, Maine’s “Student Loan […]

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