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Daniel Fireman

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Work 020 3755 5455
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www.howardkennedy.com/people/daniel-fireman/
Howard Kennedy LLP

Work Department

Real estate.

Position

Partner and Head of Real Estate Finance. With a background in commercial property finance and property related company commercial work, Daniel operates and manages a core practice advising a broad range of banks, finance companies, family offices and high-net-worth individuals on real estate-related loans and investments.

Career

Trained at Brand Montague & Co; qualified 1988; founding and managing partner of solicitor's practice CKFT between 1992 and 2014;

Merged CKFT with Howard Kennedy LLP 2014.

Member

Law Society

Education

College of Law

Leisure

Playing golf and watching and supporting soccer.


London: Real estate

Property finance

Within: Property finance

Development finance and Islamic finance are key areas of growth for the 'supportive, responsive and pragmatic' team at Howard Kennedy LLP, which also handles senior and mezzanine lending, bridge finance and investment finance. It acts for a healthy balance of lender clients, including Santander, RBS, Metro Bank and Octane Capital, and borrowers such as Galliard Homes and Ballymore. Steve Clinning, who is 'always commercial, responsive and a pleasure to deal with', acted for Octopus Property on the £48m funding of the acquisition of the Sky building in Brentwood, completing the matter in just ten days; Clinning and Marcus Jamson also advised Neo Capital on the £50m acquisition of a property in Hammersmith. Daniel Fireman, 'one of the most knowledgeable and experienced solicitors in this industry', heads the practice, which also includes Samantha Hook. Nada Jarnaz joined from Taylor Wessing LLP.

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