Mr. Tindall has been a real estate attorney, entrepreneur and venture capital investor since 1985. He served as president and managing partner of Tindall Bennett & Shoup, P.C. from 1996 to 2011, and remains of Counsel to the firm. He was Chairman of The Hulin Group, Ltd., general partner of Summit Title Insurance, L.P., until its acquisition by First American Corporation (NYSE: FAF) in 1998. He was an original investor in and general counsel for Alaska’s first statewide CDMA cellular carrier, Alaska DigiTel (AKD), beginning in 1996. He was Chairman of AKD from 2000 to 2008, when the company merged with and into GCI (NASDAQ: GNCMA).
Mr. Tindall is majority owner and Chairman of the TGC Companies, with real estate development and income properties in Alaska, Washington and Texas; oil & gas exploration activities in Colorado; and, through subsidiaries, oil field supply and leasing on the North Slope of Alaska and in East Texas.
He is chief executive officer, co-founder and managing director for Red Hawk Properties, LLC, and Black Hawk Properties, LLC, owners and operators of four office buildings in the Houston, Texas oil corridor. Through TGC Holdings, LLC, he is lead lender for Venture Lending Groups I-VI, a series venture capital lender in the seafood processing, logistics, lumber and packaging businesses in Alaska, California and Washington. Each of the Venture Lending Groups is managed by CTT Management Company, LLC, a wholly-owned TGC Companies subsidiary.
Tindall has extensive experience in all aspects of transactional real
estate and venture capital ventures, including development, startup
finance, land use, exchanges, mergers & acquisitions, and regulatory
matters, and has been lead counsel or a principal in over $2 billion in
real estate and venture capital transactions. He has nationally
recognized expertise in the formation of innovative real estate joint
ventures involving limited liability entities and mergers &
acquisitions. (Chambers USA, America’s Leading Lawyers for Business,
named one of top five real estate lawyers for state of Alaska (2005 to
present) and top 10 M&A lawyer for Alaska (2008 to present);
Washington Law and Politics, Alaska Super Lawyer (2006 to present).
Rated A/V Preeminent, Martindale-Hubbell, 2013 to present; Alaska
Journal of Commerce, Alaska Men in Business, Top Businessmen (2005). In 2016, the Legislature, in Alaska’s Economic Report for the Fourth Quarter,
cited Mr. Tindall specifically and his company CTT Management Company,
LLC for his efforts to reopen fish processing in Prince William Sound
through acquisition of the former Great Pacific Seafoods Plant in
In addition, since 2010, he has been Chairman of The Corey Tindall Memorial Speech & Debate Fund, Inc., an Alaska non-profit corporation. Since its founding, the Corey Fund has donated over $175,000 in scholarships and other support to Alaska youth engaged in debate and forensics. Mr. Tindall was awarded the Distinguished Service Award by the Anchorage School District in 2011 and inducted into The National Forensic League Speech & Debate Honor Society in 2012.