|Type||Private limited company|
|Headquarters||Loughton, Essex, United Kingdom|
|Key people||Lord Sugar, Chairman|
Amshold is Lord Sugar's private holding company. The company is responsible for all of Lord Sugar's private companies including: Amsprop; Amsair; Amscreen; Amshold Securities; Amstar Media and LinkLocal.
In May 2013 Amshold was cleared of a constructive dismissal claim brought by Stella English, winner of the sixth series of The Apprentice. In the ruling it was stated the case was: "a claim which should never have been brought."
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