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Public Finance Authority

Public Finance Authority (“PFA”) was created for the purpose of issuing tax-exempt and taxable conduit bonds for public and private entities nationwide. PFA is sponsored by the National Association of Counties, the National League of Cities, the Wisconsin Counties Association and the League of Wisconsin Municipalities. Click here to learn why NACo and NLC collaborated to create PFA.

PFA partners with local governments to assist in the financing of public benefit projects that create temporary and permanent jobs, affordable housing, community infrastructure and improve the overall quality of life in local communities.

Independent Registered Municipal Advisor Exemption

By publicly posting the following written disclosure, the Public Finance Authority (“PFA”) intends that market participants receive and use it for purposes of the independent registered municipal advisor exemption to the SEC Municipal Advisor Rule.  PFA has retained an independent registered municipal advisor.   PFA is represented by and will rely on its municipal advisor GPM Municipal Advisors, LLC (“GPM”) to provide advice on proposals from financial services firms concerning the issuance of municipal securities and municipal financial products.  This certificate may be relied upon until July 1, 2018.  Proposals may be addressed to PFA, care of any of the Program Managers listed on PFA’s Contact Us page.  All proposals received will be shared with PFA’s municipal advisor.

What's New

Oct 07 2016

Qualified Energy Conservation Bonds (“QECBs”) were authorized by the Federal government as a way to finance capital expenditure costs associated with qualified energy conservation projects. With more than $2 billion in QECB allocation still available nationwide, review this recorded webinar to...

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Aug 30 2016

The Public Finance Authority (PFA) has provided $111 million to finance education revenue bonds for the North Carolina Charter Education Foundation (the “Borrower” or “NCCEF”). NCCEF will use the bond proceeds to acquire, construct, renovate and equip educational facilities. The school facilities...

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May 24 2016

The Public Finance Authority (PFA) has provided $68 million to refund existing exempt facility revenue bonds.

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Contact us today at (888) 508-7188.

Nationwide Reach with PFA

PFA has issued bonds for projects in 44 states.

PFA Releases Report on Job Creation and Revenue Impacts

The PFA commissioned an independent study to analyze the estimated number of jobs and revenue impact to each local community as a result of the PFA financing new construction projects. Click here to view the report.

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