Tyler Weigel is a passionate associate in the Securities and Corporate Finance practice group, where he diligently seeks to find practical solutions to complex corporate financial transactions. Tyler first developed a keen interest in corporate finance while studying at the University of Kansas School of Business, where he earned undergraduate degrees in both accounting and finance. Before attending law school, Tyler was an audit intern and worked on the fiscal year-end audits of numerous Fortune 500 companies.
Tyler graduated from the University of Missouri-Kansas City School of Law, summa cum laude, with an emphasis in Business & Entrepreneurial Law. While in law school, he won the UMKC Law Marvin & Patricia Rich Corporate Law Prize and also received CALI Excellence for the Future Awards in Securities Regulation, Taxation of Business Organizations, Advanced Legal Research: Transactional Research, Products Liability, and Legal Writing II. In addition, Tyler’s law review comment, A New Universal Language?: An Overview of Adopting the International Financial Reporting Standards in the United States, was published in the UMKC Law Review.