On the basis of the good reasons talked about below, the administrator rejects these two arguments. It’s the advice for the Administrator that the ICCC, Iowa Code ch. 537 (1985), calls for an „out-of-state“ or state that is non-Iowa bank to be certified by way of a „licensing authority“ as defined in Iowa Code В§ 537.2301(1) (1985) prior to the bank can make supervised loans to Iowans.
A „supervised loan“ is a „customer loan“ by which the finance fee surpasses the price established monthly because of the Iowa Superintendent of Banking pursuant to Iowa Code В§ 535.2(3)(a) (1985). Issuance of the „lender charge card“ for instance the card produces an open-end customer loan account. See: Iowa Code В§ 537.1301(25)(a) and C.C.H. Consumer Credit Guide, Vol. 1, 1974 U.C.C.C. – Comment Section 1.301(25).
So as to make supervised loans, part 537.2301 requires that the lending company should be either a „supervised economic organization“ as defined in Iowa Code В§ 537.1301(41), or certified pursuant to Iowa Code ch. 536, Regulated Loan Act, or Iowa Code ch. 536A, Industrial Loan Act.