Neal is responsible for financial reporting, tax structuring, acquisitions, capital markets initiatives and strategic planning. He joined Bromley with more than 25 years of experience in helping to establish and grow several significant real estate companies including TGM Associates and Taconic Investment Partners.
At Taconic he built and led their finance organization, served on the Investment Committee and helped oversee operations of the entire firm. Neal’s tenure at Taconic culminated with the $1.8 billion sale of 111 8th Avenue to Google Inc. Neal earned a B.S. in Accounting from the University of Scranton, an MBA from Rutgers University and achieved his Certified Public Accountant designation.