Andell Holdings

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Andell Holdings, LLC
Type Private
Industry Private equity, Venture capital
Founders Andrew Hauptman
Headquarters Los Angeles, United States
Key people Andrew Hauptman (Co-Chairman and Chief Executive Officer)
Larry Kim (Vice President)[1]
Employees 15[2]

Andell Holdings LLC is a Los Angeles-based private investment firm with global business and investment interests.

Andell Holdings was named after Andrew and Ellen Bronfman Hauptman (daughter of Charles Bronfman), the two principal owners,[3] using the first portions of each of their names (ANDrew and ELLen). Andell is the principal owner of the Chicago Fire Soccer Club.

The firm invests in middle markets and mature companies, primarily in branded businesses; luxury goods; leisure or lifestyle; hospitality and travel; media and entertainment; marketing and distribution; food processing or manufacturing; wine and spirits; sports and promotion; and real estate. It generally makes investments in United States and Canada. It also invests in a variety of industries and geographies.[1]


  1. ^ a b "Company Overview of Andell Holdings, LLC". Bloomberg Businessweek. Retrieved 30 November 2013. 
  2. ^ "Andell Holdings Saves $10,000 Each Year with Alpha Actual". alpha actual. Retrieved 30 November 2013. 
  3. ^ Forbes: "Major League Soccer's Billionaire Owners" by Charles Smith November 20, 2013

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