ALAN FRENKEL received his Bachelor of Arts degree from Iowa State University in 1977. He continued to hone his professional capabilities in the fine arts while studying abroad in Paris, France for two years. Mr. Frenkel graduated The Reich International School of Auctioneering, Mason City, Iowa in 1983.
He further mastered his skills with his 20 year association with preeminent auctioneer, Karlin Daniel. Mr. Frenkel has participated in hundreds of auction campaigns in the areas of selling real estate on behalf of private sellers, estates, municipalities and the bankruptcy court, as wells as, conducting antique sales and business liquidations. The governmental, legal and financial communities avail themselves of Mr. Frenkel’s ability to identify, organize and market their assets in a manner best suited to produce the highest results. He has worked closely with secured creditors and many of the bankruptcy Trustees in conducting successful auctions of real and personal property. He is a member of the Central Florida Bankruptcy Law Association and Central Florida Estate Planning Council.
In order to stay abreast of current trends and technologies in the auction industry, Mr. Frenkel has earned the Certified Auctioneers Institute (CAI) designation. This is the highest designation offered in the auction industry and is held by only 15% of all auctioneers. Additionally, he holds the Certified Estate Specialist (CES) designation, an advanced program offered by the National Auctioneers Association for the advanced study of all aspects of selling family estates through auction.
Mr. Frenkel is deeply rooted in the community. He has been a member of the Breakfast Rotary Club of Orlando and has served as president. He works with several non-profit boards and has conducted auctions for Canine Companions for Independence, Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation, American Cancer Society, the Universal Foundation, the Boy Scouts, the Boys and Girls Clubs, the Orlando Philharmonic, the Geneva School and many others.