Civitas’ No. 1 priority is the health and safety of our employees. Acting on advice from health experts, Civitas begins its “social distancing program” on Monday, March 16 — the date Civitas employees will work from home until further notice. Business operations will continue as normal, with employees available via business email addresses and phone numbers. We apologize if this new protocol affects our response time. As well, Civitas is not accepting visitors to its offices until further notice. If you currently have a scheduled office appointment, please reach out to your Civitas contact. Thank you for your patience and understanding. We will continue to provide updates as warranted.

Who We Are

Daniel J. Healy Chief Executive Officer

Daniel J. Healy


Mr. Healy is founder and CEO of Civitas Capital Group, an investment management firm based in Dallas, Texas. Under his leadership since 2009, the firm has been recognized as one of the fastest growing companies in Dallas with assets under management of over $1.7 billion, invested primarily in real estate, lodging and related asset classes. Mr. Healy continues to be responsible for all facets of the firm’s strategic growth, identifying talent, delivering expertise, and ensuring the firm’s two operating divisions, Alternative Investments and EB-5 Capital, have an unrelenting focus on customer service.

The growing Alternative Investments group focuses on managing global capital for insurance companies, pension funds, family offices and other clients, while the EB-5 Capital division has become an industry leader, frequently cited for its innovative public-private partnership with the City of Dallas Office of Economic Development. Today, Civitas has an unparalleled reputation for quality and analytical rigor and serves more than 1,400 individual and institutional investors from over 40 countries.

Prior to founding Civitas, Mr. Healy held senior executive roles with a boutique real estate investment fund and with Highland Capital Management, LP. Mr. Healy holds an MBA from the Cox School of Business at Southern Methodist University and a bachelor’s degree in government and politics from the University of Texas at Dallas. He serves on the Board of Directors of Invest in the USA (IIUSA), the nonprofit trade association representing regional center operators. An active member of the Dallas business and civic community, Mr. Healy is a member of the Dallas Citizens Council and the Dallas Assembly.