Doing Business with the Authority
Qualified Bankers List

For traditional bond financings, the borrower may select the senior managing underwriter from the Authority's Qualified Bankers List [pdf 29k] after performing a competitive process that considers at least three of the firms listed. The Authority reserves the right to add co-senior managers and/or co-managers to a transaction. If the Authority chooses to add these roles, borrowers may request particular firms for these roles after contacting and considering at least three of the listed firms. The Authority will appoint firms based on demonstrated ability to distribute New Jersey securities of comparable credit quality, sufficient capital to participate in underwriting the issue, and borrower preference.

If you are a financial organization that is not on the Authority's Qualified Bankers List but would like to be considered for senior manager, financial advisor, placement agent, co-manager, and/or remarketing agent on Authority transactions, the Request For Qualifications [doc 58k] and its attachments, EO26 Policies [pdf 24k] and Banker's RFQ Attachments [xls 32k], can be downloaded here for submittal. You can also receive the RFQ as a word document by contacting Tracey Cameron at (609) 789-5615 or by email at


Approved Bond Counsel Firms List

The Attorney General's Office appoints bond counsel for NJHCFFA bond issues from a list of approved bond counsel firms [pdf 45kb].  Borrowers may request a particular firm from the list after contacting and considering at least five of the firms listed.

The Authority's Bond Counsel pool is selected on a periodic basis by the Attorney General's office through a Request For Qualifications process. Counsel are occasionally selected on a one-time basis for certain special financings or other projects, also through an RFQ issued by the Attorney General's office.


For Small, Minority and/or Women-owned Business Enterprises

If you are interested in doing business with the NJHCFFA, click here for information, guidelines and procedures regarding state bidding and contracting opportunities for small, minority and women owned businesses.



Current Requests for Proposals

RFP for Proposal – Program Administrator


The New Jersey Health Care Facilities Financing Authority is soliciting proposals for Program Administrator for a $50 million Variable Rate Demand Revenue Bond Issue, Hospital Capital Asset Program, Series 1985 A-B Bonds. To receive a copy of the Request for Proposal, please contact Jessica Waite, Capital Asset Program Manager at