Maximizing client and partner wealth in real estate investments.

Timothy Wallen

CEO, Principal

Scope of Service Experience
Tim Wallen is a Principal, CEO, and sits on investment committee for MLG Capital. Tim joined MLG in 1989 as the Chief Financial Officer. In 2000, he assumed the role of Chief Executive Officer. He serves on the Board of Directors, and is an Officer for the MLG Affiliation of Companies including MLG Capital, MLG Development, and MLG Management. As CEO, Tim remains committed and involved with daily, integral functions of the investment and development segments. This includes long-term and short-term business strategies, innovative concepts to debt financing, and complex partnership structures. Tim is also a Principal and Board Member of NAI MLG Commercial, which provides Brokerage and Property Management services to Wisconsin.

Background and Experience
Prior to joining MLG, Tim was a Tax Manager with PriceWaterhouseCoopers in SanFrancisco and Milwaukee. He specialized in income tax planning for partnerships and corporations in the real estate industry. In 1989, he transferred to the Milwaukee office where he was promoted to the position of manager.

Education
Tim is a Certified Public Accountant with a Masters Degree in Accounting and a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration and Accounting from the University of Wisconsin –Madison.

Professional Affiliations and Designations
Tim is a member of the World Presidents Organization He is on the Board of Lifesong for Orphans, which provides orphan care for over 4,000 children and financial assistance for adoptions. Tim helped establish Positive Programs for Families (HOOPS 4 KIDZ) for which he serves as Treasurer and is on the Board of Directors. Tim also serves on the Board of Directors for First Business Bank of Milwaukee.

Significant Transactions
Tim has been instrumental in the acquisition of 9 million square feet of investment properties and over 7,200 apartment units across the nation.  With Tim’s guidance, MLG has developed 17 business parks with over 3,500 acres of land and 43 residential communities.