Daniel Keegan joined Newmark Knight Frank in 2014 and currently serves as director of financial services in the company’s Atlanta office. As a member of the brokerage transaction team, Mr. Keegan is responsible for modeling discounted cash flows, incorporating GAAP/P&L, EBITDA and the income tax impact of transaction terms.
Mr. Keegan also develops advantageous financial structures and strategies based on client-specific financial requirements, especially the GAAP/P&L impact for public companies, internal accounting rules for partnerships, and real estate tax costs for nonprofits.
In addition, Mr. Keegan forecasts the impact of real estate decisions on client-specific metrics, such as human resource costs, and develops strategies for minimizing or mitigating negative outcomes. He also performs Argus modeling and development analyses for capital markets and agency clients.
Lastly, Mr. Keegan maintains, updates, and creates the NKF financial models by managing software upgrades, incorporating changing accounting rules, adding functionality and improving efficiency of the models’ underlying computer programs.
Prior to Newmark Knight Frank, Mr. Keegan served as a senior real estate analyst for more than six years at Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom LLP.
Partial List of Significant Transactions
- New York City Health + Hospitals Corporation, 525,000 SF
- Alliance Bernstein, 395,000 SF, New York City and Nashville
- Kramer Levin, 265,000 SF
- Hogan Lovells, 200,000 SF
- Marsh & McLennan Companies, 140,000 SF
- State of New York Mortgage Agency, 110,000 SF
- Office Depot, 624,000 SF
Mr. Keegan earned a Master of Arts degree in applied mathematics and statistics from Hunter College, City University of New York, and a Bachelor of Arts degree in economics and international affairs from George Washington University.