David Wallace heads oversees Trigild’s team in court-ordered receiverships for assets across the nation, successfully resolving distressed loans and preserving assets as a court-appointed fiduciary.
Mr. Wallace has experience leading a team of real estate asset managers, property managers, property accountants, accounting firms, and law firms in a bankruptcy liquidation of interests in a real estate portfolio that includes more than 100 companies with equity and other management entities. The portfolio, valued at over $1.6 billion, includes assets in the multi-family, student housing, and retail asset classes.
Mr. Wallace also leads the legal team on a number of other fiduciary assignments, in bankruptcy, state, and federal courts. He has extensive experience in workouts related to CMBS and balance sheet loans, as well as transactions involving private equity, REITs, and sovereign wealth funds. Further, Mr. Wallace has overseen and served as lead counsel in a number of fraudulent transfer actions with ultimate recoveries in the tens of millions of dollars. Wallace also serves as a Ch. 11 trustee for a large real estate holding company with assets across multiple property types.
Wallace holds a B.B.A in Finance from Texas Christian University and a J.D. from Southern Methodist University. Prior to joining Trigild, Mr. Wallace worked as a financial analyst and also as an attorney with Fulbright & Jaworski, LLP. At Fulbright, Mr. Wallace represented a broad range of clients in both litigation and transactional matters. Mr. Wallace also represented a number of master and special servicers in connection with CMBS loan transactions and workouts. Clients included pharmaceutical and device manufacturers, banks, oil and gas companies, and other Fortune 500 companies across an array of industries.
Mr. Wallace lives in Keller, TX with his wife and two daughters, and is quickly becoming an expert observer of gymnastics and dance recitals.