Todd L. Boehly, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer
Todd L. Boehly is the Chairman, Chief Executive Officer, and controlling member of Eldridge Industries, a private investment firm formed in 2015. Eldridge employs more than 2,500 people in businesses across media and sports, insurance, real estate development, asset leasing and financing, and hospitality.
Mr. Boehly is an owner of the Los Angeles Dodgers, the Los Angeles Sparks, and Cloud9. He is Chairman of Security Benefit, a 126-year leader in the U.S. retirement savings market, and MRC, which owns dick clark productions, Billboard and The Hollywood Reporter, and a significant minority interest in A24, of which he is a founder. Mr. Boehly is on the boards of Cain International, a global real-estate company, and NPC International, the largest owner and operator of Wendy’s and Pizza Hut units in the U.S.
Prior to founding Eldridge, Mr. Boehly was the President of Guggenheim Partners. He received his B.B.A. from the College of William & Mary, where he later founded the Boehly Center for Excellence in Finance, and studied at the London School of Economics.
Anthony D. Minella, President
Tony Minella is President and co-founder of Eldridge Industries.
Previously, Mr. Minella was Chief Investment Officer of Security Benefit. Prior to such, he was Co-Head of the Corporate Credit Group at Guggenheim Investments where he co-chaired their Investment Committee.
Mr. Minella currently serves on the Board of Directors of Eldridge, Cain International, Stonebriar Commercial Finance, Essential Properties Realty Trust, and Elliott Bay. He is actively involved with various other Eldridge businesses. Mr. Minella received his A.B. in Economics from Bowdoin College.
Duncan Bagshaw, General Counsel
Duncan Bagshaw is the General Counsel and co-founder of Eldridge Industries.
Before joining Eldridge, Mr. Bagshaw served as a Managing Director at Guggenheim Partners where he led a legal team focusing on deal negotiation, structuring, and special-situations analysis for the investment management business. He earned his B.A. in Philosophy from Cornell University and his J.D. from Villanova School of Law.
Bill Hagner, Chief Strategy Officer and Head of Human Capital
Bill Hagner is Chief Strategy Officer and Head of Human Capital of Eldridge Industries.
Before joining Eldridge, Mr. Hagner served as a Senior Managing Director of Guggenheim Partners and as the General Counsel of Guggenheim Investments. Prior to that, he worked at Ernst & Young and Arthur Andersen.
Mr. Hagner received his A.B. in Philosophy from the College of William & Mary, his J.D. from the University of Richmond, and his LL.M in Taxation from Temple University. He has earned the Chartered Alternative Investments Analyst, Certified Insolvency and Restructuring Advisor, and Chartered Managerial Accountant designations.
John F. Klein, Chief Financial Officer and Chief Operating Officer
John Klein is Chief Financial Officer and Chief Operating Officer of Eldridge Industries.
Before joining Eldridge, Mr. Klein was an adviser to Stone Point Capital and previously served as President of Guggenheim Investments overseeing operations, distribution, strategy, and finance.
Prior to joining Guggenheim Partners, Mr. Klein was a partner and member of the Investment Committee for Citi Private Equity, a manager of capital invested in private transactions. He began his career at Bain & Company. Mr. Klein received his A.B. in Economics from Amherst College and his J.D. from the University of Michigan Law School.
Emily Bachman, Chief Administrative Officer and Principal
Emily Bachman is the Chief Administrative Officer of Eldridge Industries.
Prior to Eldridge, Ms. Bachman served as Vice President of Operations at Guggenheim Partners, where she managed and developed the office of Todd Boehly. Ms. Bachman currently serves on the Board of Directors of CBAM. She received her B. A. in Women's Studies from SUNY New Paltz.
Todd Gilbert, Principal
Todd Gilbert is a Principal at Eldridge Industries.
Prior to joining Eldridge, Mr. Gilbert was a Managing Director at Guggenheim Partners and focused on principal investing, business development and strategic transactions for Guggenheim, as well as private equity, private debt and special situations investment opportunities. He also served as a senior analyst in the Corporate Credit Group at Guggenheim Investments where he focused on credit investing across several industries. Mr. Gilbert currently serves on the Board of Directors of Stonebriar Commercial Finance, Essential Properties Realty Trust, Thirteenth Floor Entertainment Group, and Lionel Holdings. Mr. Gilbert received his B.B.A. in Finance and Accounting from the University of Michigan.