Tyler works closely with startups, founders and their investors to source capital, innovate and grow rapidly. In addition to representing clients in initial seed-stage and later-stage financings, company exits and securities issues, Tyler brings a solutions-focused perspective to clients’ day-to-day transactions and legal issues.
A member of Parsons Behle & Latimer's Corporate practice group, Tyler MacKay represents businesses of all sizes in startup, capital raising, corporate and transactional matters. His practice also includes representing angel investors, angel groups and venture and growth capital firms on structuring, forming and operating funds and deploying capital.
Tyler’s practice is steeped in the venture capital and entrepreneurship ecosystem. As a venture capital fund administrator and an early employee at a venture-backed SaaS startup providing software to venture capital firms, Tyler experienced the challenges that founders and investors face first-hand, from finding product-market fit and managing hyper growth, to capital calls and LP reporting.
Disposition of Interest in a Portfolio Company
Represented private equity firm in the disposition of its interest in a large garage door company to an innovation company that creates housing products engineered to provide safety during storms.
Brigham Young University, J. Reuben Clark Law School, J.D. 2017
- BYU Law Entrepreneurship Clinic
- Dean's List
Southern Virginia University, 2013
- Student Body President
- Dean’s List
- Chi Epsilon Omega Business Honors Society
Corporate Secretary – Utah Miss Amazing, Inc. (Celebrating the Abilities of Girls and Women with Disabilities), 2015-2020