The North Carolina Capital Facilities Finance Agency

The North Carolina Capital Facilities Finance Agency (NCCFFA) provides the benefits of tax-exempt financing to non-profit institutions providing elementary and secondary education, private institutions of higher education, and various other entities for special purpose projects serving a public interest.​​

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Meetings begin at 2:00 p.m. at 3200 Atlantic Avenue, Longleaf Building - Dogwood Conference Room (location and time subject to change)

Date Agenda
January 5, 2021 No meeting today
February 2, 2021  

March 2, 2021

April 13, 2021  
May 4, 2021  
June 1, 2021  
July 13, 2021  
August 3, 2021  

September 14, 2021


October 5, 2021


November 2, 2021

December 7, 2021  

Agenda Archives



Name & Position Appointed By Expiration Date Occupation
Dale R. Folwell, CPA Chairperson Ex Officio Indefinite State Treasurer
Beth Wood  Ex Officio Indefinite State Auditor
Frank Beam Governor 3/1/2021 Co-owner, Quality Insulation and Siding Co.
DeAlva Wilson Governor 3/1/2023 CEO, D. Wilson Agency
Marcus Bowen, CFA, CPA Governor 3/1/2022 VP, Finance & Accounting, Self-Help Credit Union/Self-Help Ventures Fund (Banking & Financial Services)
C. Theodore Hicks II, CFP, CKA, CMT President Pro Tem 2/28/2020 Certified Financial Planner
John Reid

Speaker of House

2/28/2021 Banker

(4 members for a quorum)

Legislation Policies and Reports

Policies and Reports

North Carolina Capital Facilities Finance Agency Annual Reports

2020 Report

2019 Report

2018 Report

Resolution Providing Guidance to Staff Regarding Acceptable Final Maturity Guidelines for Institutions of Higher Education Seeking to Issue Revenue Bonds Through the NCCFFA - Aug. 7, 2012

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