G. David KoepfSolution Partner

Areas of Expertise

Business transformation
Restructuring and turnaround
Growth strategy
M&A transaction support

  • M.B.A., Simon School at the University of Rochester
  • B.A., Washington & Jefferson College

G. David Koepf has over 35 years experience in commercial real estate finance and development. For two thirds of his career he made large dollar construction loans for major commercial banks. He also has 10 years experience making permanent loans on commercial real estate as both a direct lender with a major life company and as a mortgage banker with a regional mortgage banking company. Following a stint in real estate developing in Colorado and California, Mr. Koepf formed his own brokerage company, DAKO Financial Services, Inc., late in 2000 to assist commercial real estate developers and investors in securing financing. Through his own sources and other affiliated independent mortgage brokers he has access to all types of financing relating to commercial real estate ownership and development. His personal specialty is interim financing, such as construction loans and bridge loans. From 2002 through 2008 he was the Senior Vice President and District Manager for KeyBank Real Estate Capital leading Key’s commercial lending efforts in Southern California. Mr. Koepf has a B.A. degree from Washington & Jefferson College and MBA degree from the Simon School at the University of Rochester. Areas of Specialty: Consulting, Asset Divestiture


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PMB 205 30251 Golden Lantern, Suite E Laguna, Niguel, CA 92677-5993

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