Wilmington, N.C. – Smith Moore Leatherwood is proud to announce that attorney Ted Shipley was appointed by Governor Pat McCrory to serve a three-year term on the seven-member board of the North Carolina Capital Facilities Finance Agency (NCCFFA).
The NCCFFA, which is under the direction of the Department of State Treasurer, 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.
Shipley currently serves on the New Hanover County Planning Board, which advises the County Commissioners on issues concerning land use, urban planning, zoning, and growth management. In addition, Shipley recently authored revisions to the Special Use Permitting process, supported by the Wilmington Chamber of Commerce and Wilmington Business Development.
As a member of the Real Estate Group, Shipley focuses his practice on commercial real estate transactions and real estate finance. He regularly represents lenders in commercial loan transactions and serves the needs of banks and other financial institutions with an emphasis on the "workout" of distressed assets. Shipley's practice involves complex real estate title examinations, including review of mineral and development rights issues. Demonstrating devotion to his North Carolina Community, Shipley is a 2013 graduate of Leadership Wilmington and serves on the Board of Directors for the Carousel Center for Abused Children.
Shipley earned his B.S. in Business Administration from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and his J.D. from Wake Forest University School of Law.
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