Daniel M. Sheikhan
B.Comm, J.D. (2021)
Managing Director, Danmar Empire Group
Daniel is a serial entrepreneur that enjoys working in the financial, small business, and real estate industries to find new and innovative opportunities that benefit his clients.
Daniel started his journey by earning his bachelor’s degree in Commerce from York University in Toronto, Canada. During his undergraduate studies, Daniel started his first small business, a federally incorporated marketing agency. Daniel later grew this small business to include private lending and consultation services for individuals and businesses. While still completing his undergraduate studies, Daniel went on to obtain his real estate license and began working with individual clients and medium-sized home builders in an effort to apply wholesale purchasing power into the world of new home sales. After graduation, Daniel founded his second small business, a real estate brokerage, primarily focused on real estate investments as an avenue to build wealth for his clients.
Daniel takes pride in providing his clients with honest and transparent business advice, both when negotiating purchase and sale contracts on their behalf as well as while consulting clients on wealth and asset management.
Daniel is currently in his last semester of law school at Mitchell Hamline School of Law in Saint Paul, Minnesota. He plans to graduate in May 2021 with a Certificate in Dispute Resolution. Daniel has competed in the American Bar Association’s Negotiation Competition where he and his partner placed first in the regional competition. While in law school, Daniel has completed a Harvard University Leadership Certificate (HarvardX) and is in the last stage of testing to earn his Project Management Professional designation (PMP). Daniel is currently working pro bono on a joint real estate project between Columbia Law School and the Western New York Law Center.
Daniel is a Certified Law Student Practitioner in Minnesota and plans to sit for the bar in New York, and Ontario, Canada.