Tactical Wealth Advisors Signs Former NFLer Wahle

Oct 4 2011 | 1:23pm ET

Huntersville, N.C.-based Tactical Wealth Advisors has tapped former NFL guard Michael Wahle as principal and head of institutional investing.

Tactical said in its statement that Wahle, who spent 11 seasons in the NFL (eight with the Green Bay Packers), has “in-depth experience in and knowledge of complex alternative investment strategies designed specifically for high-net-worth and institutional clients.” Wahle, they said, is familiar with all aspects of the business including marketing and capital raising, investment and trading strategies, operational and legal structure, tax planning and wealth management. 

In addition to his duties at Tactical, Wahle acts as a volunteer to various motivational, reading and mentorship youth programs in multiple cities.

Said Dan Venegoni, chief executive officer of the alternative investment and wealth management consultant: “Mike possesses formidable expertise in strategic planning and client services. Not only will he continue to provide unparalleled relationship management services for our clients, but his critical-thinking and leadership skills will make a significant contribution to our core business and future growth plans.” 


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