Dan Gangwish

Managing Director
Public Finance Investment Banking

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Daniel Gangwish is a managing director in the Denver public finance office. A veteran in public finance since 1987, Gangwish has specialized in real estate development and redevelopment transactions for public agencies across the country in which he has served as lead banker on over $6 billion in development district financings. These transactions include assessment, special tax, property lease revenue and tax increment financings for numerous issuers on a wide variety of real estate developments from single family subdivisions to urban mixed-use communities, as well as industrial and resort projects.

Gangwish was the lead banker on over $3 billion in completed infrastructure financings for The Irvine Company as well as the co-lead banker for the $511 million City of Anaheim lease revenue bond transaction in 1997, which financed Disney’s California Adventure, and the expansion of the Anaheim Convention Center, which was recognized by The Bond Buyer as its “Deal of the Year” for 1997. He is a member of the Urban Land Institute and a founding member of the ULI Airport Development Council. He speaks regularly at a variety of industry conferences on real estate development related public-private partnership financings.

Gangwish joined Piper Sandler from Guggenheim Securities LLC (the investment banking arm of Guggenheim Partners). Previously, Gangwish worked at Banc of America Securities/Merrill Lynch, and UBS/PaineWebber Inc. after starting his career at Drexel Burnham Lambert.

Gangwish received a master’s in business administration (finance) degree from Columbia University Graduate School of Business, a Juris doctorate from McGeorge School of Law (University of the Pacific) in Sacramento, California, and a bachelor’s degree in political economic theory from Ottawa University in Ottawa, Kansas. He has FINRA Series 7, Series 24, Series 50, Seres 53 and Series 63 licenses.