Andell Holdings

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Andell Inc.
Private
Industry Private equity, Holding Company,Investment Company
Founder Andrew Hauptman
Headquarters Los Angeles, United States
Key people
Andrew Hauptman[1]
Number of employees
20
Website andellinc.com

Andell Inc. (formerly known as Andell Holdings, LLC) is a private investment firm and family office. Andell manages assets that grew out of the family’s controlling position of The Seagram Co. Ltd. Andell’s current activities include direct and indirect investments in public and private companies, real estate, and partnerships with investment managers. In addition to investment capital, Andell brings capabilities, relationships and commitment to its portfolio companies, including finance, strategy, operations and human resource expertise.[2][3]

Key Interests[edit]

Chicago Fire Soccer Club
Andrew Hauptman became the owner and chairman of Major League Soccer’s Chicago Fire Soccer Club in 2007.[4] Hauptman has recruited top management and soccer talent, dramatically increased the number of players in its youth program to over 15,000, announced construction of the $20 million, 140,000 square-foot Chicago Fire Soccer Center on the northside[5] and expanded the Chicago Fire Foundation, which has provided over $1.7 million in grants, contributions and in-kind support.[6][7]

Key People[edit]

Andrew Hauptman is Co-Chairman of Andell Inc.[8][9] He oversees the firm’s investment, operating, sports, real estate and media businesses.[10]

History[edit]

Andell Inc. was named after Andrew and Ellen Bronfman Hauptman (daughter of Charles Bronfman), the two principal owners,[11] using the first portions of each of their names (ANDrew and ELLen).

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