Day Pitney Florida Real Estate Chair and Partner Daniel Diaz Leyva has been named to The Fund® President's Circle, which recognizes the top 100 member firms based on policies remitted in 2022.
In July 2009, the Attorneys' Title Insurance Fund, Inc., and Old Republic National Title Insurance Company formed a joint venture called Attorneys' Title Fund Services, LLC (also known as The Fund®). The joint venture provides technology, education, marketing support and underwriting to more than 4,000 members throughout Florida. Its mission is to preserve and facilitate the real estate practices of its members in their protection of the public. For more information on The Fund, click here.
Diaz Leyva is a well-established and trusted advisor with a broad range of successful commercial and high-end residential real estate transactional experience. He represents owner-operators, investors, family offices and developers, as well as bank and non-bank lenders. His practice supports clients in structuring, joint venturing, acquiring, financing, leasing, developing and selling real estate, as well as in loan transactions for bank and non-bank lenders. Diaz Leyva often acts as an outside general counsel and has extensive experience in government relations counseling clients with issues before local and state government.
"We are proud to recognize Danny's significant achievement and thank him for his loyalty to The Fund and dedication to his clients," said Jeff Rogero, The Fund's Chief Executive Officer and President.
Diaz Leyva currently serves on the Board of Trustees of Palmer Trinity School, the Walking Mountains Science Center and the Board of the ZooMiami Foundation. Previously, he served on the Palmer Trinity Alumni Board and the Board of Trustees of Miami Dade College, the nation's largest and most diverse public institution of higher education. He helped establish and served as the executive director of the U.S. chapter of the Consejo Empresarial de América Latina (CEAL), an organization that promotes economic development throughout Latin America. Diaz Leyva has also served on the Board of Directors of Anthem Bank & Trust, Florida Health Choices, CHARLEE Homes for Children, Banyan Health Systems, Latin Builders Association, Hispanic Business Initiative Fund and the University of Miami Institute for Cuban and Cuban American Studies. He is a member of the Cuban American Bar Association in Miami.
Diaz Leyva earned his B.A., with honors, from the University of Miami and his J.D. from St. Thomas University School of Law. He is admitted to practice in Florida and the District of Columbia.
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