Greg Myers joined the private equity arm Marshall & Ilsley Corp. in 1988 as an investment analyst and was part of the team a decade later that spun-out that subsidiary into the separate firm that today is Mason Wells. Today the Milwaukee-based firm manages more than $500 million of capital through two units — Mason Wells Buyout Funds and Mason Wells Venture Fund.
Myers is is managing director of Mason Wells Buyout Funds, which in the past 10 years has closed more than 80 transactions.
The company previously assisted on transactions involving Wisconsin plastic processors — thermoformer Creative Forming Inc. and molder Kelch Corp. — and currently includes Ohio thermoset compounder and molder Premix Inc. in its portfolio.
In his current role, Myers supports the buyout activities of the firm. In this capacity, he is responsible for initiating investment opportunities, negotiating transactions, supervising due diligence, serving on the boards of directors of the portfolio companies and working with portfolio company management teams.
A member of the investment committee of the buyout funds, Myers has more than 18 years of private equity investing experience in middle-market companies. He also is a member of the general partner of Mason Wells Buyout Funds I and II.
Myers is on the board of directors of Oliver Products Co. and the Wisconsin Cystic Fibrosis Foundation. He received a bachelor of science degree from the University of Iowa and an MBA from Marquette University.