Mark M. Caplan
Mark Caplan is a Baltimore native active in equipment and vehicle financing as well as real estate investment and management in the region. He is Chairman of Madison Capital, an independent vehicle and equipment financing firm he and his father, Caswell, founded in 1984. Mark is a member of the Board of Directors and Chair of the Compensation Committee at Bay Bank, a publicly traded community bank (NASDAQ symbol BYBK). In addition to his financing activities, he is the President and CEO of The Time Group, a real estate equity firm where he has worked since the mid 1970s. The Time Group has interests in approximately 6,000 units of multi-family, manufactured housing, and senior living. He is also a founder and is currently the Chairman of WPM Real Estate Management, a manager of multi-family properties as well as other property types currently comprising in excess of 17,000 units. Mark is active in the non-for-profit community in Baltimore, having served or currently serving on the Boards of The Walters Art Museum, The Bryn Mawr School, The Gilman School, Center Stage, B.E.S.T., Charles Street Development Corp., Real Estate Advisory Board of Columbia Business School, and St. Ignatius Loyola Academy. Mark graduated from Gilman School in 1976 and Johns Hopkins University in 1981 where he received his Bachelor of Arts degree in Social & Behavioral Sciences. He received his Master of Business Administration from the Columbia Business School in 1983, which he attended as a Dean’s Fellow.