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A NATIONAL LEADER IN MUNICIPAL FINANCE SINCE 1990

EFC annually reviews its portfolio and leverages its high credit rating and market demand for tax-exempt bonds to provide capital for wastewater and drinking water projects and refund certain prior bonds. Refunding bonds help EFC's municipal partners recognize savings on qualified existing bonds. Local governments and public authorities participate in project financings through EFC and receive low-interest financings for various drinking water and wastewater infrastructure projects through the state’s Clean Water State Revolving Fund and Drinking Water State Revolving Fund. Refunding bond sales deliver additional savings for EFC’s municipal partners by refinancing the original bonds that funded their projects at an even lower interest rate.

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Independent Registered Municipal Advisor Exemption

The New York State Environmental Facilities Corporation (the “Issuer”) is posting this information with the intent that market participants may provide advice to us regarding the issuance of municipal securities and municipal financial products, including investment of bond proceeds and escrow investments, and utilize the independent registered municipal advisor exemption from the municipal advisor definition in Securities and Exchange Commission rules relating to the definition, regulation, and registration of municipal advisors (the “Rules”).

The Issuer is currently represented by, and will rely on (in the sense that it will take into careful consideration before making a decision) the advice of, Hilltop Securities Inc., a Hilltop Holdings Company (“Hilltop”) and TKG & Associates, LLC (“TKG”) (who serve as a subcontractor to Hilltop) and/or Acacia Financial Group, Inc. (“Acacia”) and Independent Public Advisors, LLC (“Public”) (who serve as a subcontractor to Acacia), in considering information (other than general information that does not involve a recommendation) that market participants provide to us regarding the issuance of municipal securities and municipal financial products, including investment of bond proceeds and escrow investments.

For the purpose of allowing market participants to determine whether the two-year non-association requirement of the municipal advisor exemption set forth in the Rules is satisfied, the particular persons at Hilltop who are engaged in the management, direction, supervision, or performance of any municipal advisory activities for the Issuer include Anne Burger Entrekin, Tony Cheung, Pete Stare, Megan Sienty, Richard Fox and Adam Krea. The persons at TKG who serve in this capacity for the Issuer include Charlotte Knight-Marshall and Janice Davis. The persons at Acacia and Public, who serve in this capacity for the Issuer include Noreen White, Jennifer Edwards, Dominick Setari, Brittany Whelan, Stephanie Jamerson and Tionna Pooler (Public).