As a Senior Associate in Transwestern’s Phoenix office, Nik represents tenants and owner-occupants in leasing and acquisition of commercial office properties throughout the greater Phoenix area. Nik strives to guide his clients as a strategic advisor through complex real estate transactions by providing local market knowledge and assisting with strategic planning, site selection, market analysis, and negotiation.


Before joining Transwestern, Nik started his career with Deloitte Advisory, serving more than 20 public and pre-IPO private companies on consulting engagements nationwide. Working across Deloitte’s Finance and Operations Risk, Strategic Risk, and Internal Audit practices, Nik specialized in financial and accounting risk mitigation, pre and post-IPO integration, M&A acquisition analysis, strategic enterprise risk assessments, internal audit, and business process and internal controls implementation. Building on his Deloitte background, Nik most recently led JDA Software’s global internal audit group and served as project manager for the company’s IPO planning. Select consulting clients include: Twitter, Zynga, Mercedes-Benz, Yokohama Tire, Citi Bank, Freeport McMoRan, St. Joseph Health, Blue Shield of California, Masimo, CBRE, and Renesas. 
Additionally, Nik has experience working for MAS & Associates, a boutique commercial real estate consulting and project management firm, where he assisted commercial tenants and owner-occupants with facility planning, design and construction, relocation, and outsourced project management. Select clients include: Blizzard Entertainment, Banc of California, White & Case, and Nixon Peabody.


Nik is a licensed real estate agent in the State of Arizona. Additionally, Nik actively participates in NAIOP, Phoenix Community Alliance, Developing Commercial Real Estate Professionals (DCREP), and the University of Arizona Alumni Association.


Nik earned his Bachelor of Science in Finance from the University of Arizona where he served as president of the Eller College of Management Leadership Board.