TFI Communications Technology Asset Valuation Conference

Speaker

Jeff Binkley

Advisory Director, Transactions and Business Analytics LLP
Deloitte

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Jeff Binkley is an Advisory Director in Deloitte Transactions and Business Analytics LLP. He specializes in consulting and valuation for property tax purposes. Jeff’s work relates to assisting and advising clients in planning, developing departmental procedures, process implementation, assessment valuation review, appeals and other specialized areas regarding property taxation. He provides services to clients in all industry sectors, with concentrations in telecom, tech, biotech, and energy.

Jeff has extensive experience in all elements of property tax assessment valuation and consulting. He has assisted clients throughout the nation for over twenty-seven years in managing their property tax liabilities. Jeff was formerly Senior Director with Thomson Reuters Property Tax Services, serving as National Leader for Telecom and Energy Services. He was a Director with Deloitte Property Tax Services, serving as a member of the Executive Committee for the practice and East Region Leader for Complex Properties Services. Prior to that, Jeff was a Regional Vice President and Principal with Real Estate Tax Services, Inc., and a Revenue Economist with the Ad Valorem Tax Division of the Florida Department of Revenue.

Jeff is a frequent speaker at property tax related conferences, seminars and classes, including those sponsored by the Wichita Program for Valuation, the Broadband Tax Institute and Technology Futures, Inc., on issues such as: effects of telecom convergence on assessment valuation; recognizing technological change and market conditions in the assessment valuation process; consideration of cost and income approach models for complex properties, and the effects of regulatory policy on the valuation of energy properties. He has written a number of papers and articles relating to topics such as: comparative assessment valuation procedures; application of static assessment models in dynamic markets, and the valuation implications of various property tax policies.

BA – University of Kentucky, 1979
MS – Florida State University, 1982