Matthew Tice joined Inland in 2003 as vice president of Inland’s property management and as an acquisitions negotiator, and was named senior vice president in 2016. During his 14 years at Inland, he has been responsible for financing lines of credit for Inland-related parties and negotiating more than 260 acquisitions, totaling more than $6 billion and nearly 25 million square feet. Most notably, he completed a $520 million acquisition of 39 shopping centers from NewQuest Properties, a $300 million acquisition of Southlake Town Square, in Southlake, Texas, and a $359 million acquisition of the Collette portfolio that included eight properties. Additionally, he has completed over $700 million in financing for Inland-related parties. Prior to joining Inland, he was the director of information technology for Transplace where he was responsible for the design, budgeting and implementation of corporate networking systems—integrating 45 sites around the country and managing a team of 40 people. Matt holds a bachelor’s degree in computer engineering from Texas A&M University and is a member of the International Council of Shopping Centers.