Todd Boehly is Chairman, Chief Executive Officer, and controlling member of Eldridge Industries. Eldridge operates a portfolio of diversified businesses across several industries. Prior to founding Eldridge, Mr. Boehly was the President of Guggenheim Partners, where he launched their credit investing business and later assumed responsibilities for the asset management business. He received his B.B.A. from the College of William & Mary and studied at the London School of Economics. In addition to being the Chairman and CEO of Eldridge, Mr. Boehly is a member of the Cain International Board, and serves as a trustee or board member of several other organizations. Todd Boehly is a partner of Guggenheim Baseball Management. He became part owner of the Los Angeles Dodgers on May 1, 2012. Prior to joining Guggenheim, Boehly focused on special situations and high-yield investments as a vice president at Whitney & Co., where he also initiated the firm’s bank loan investing business. Prior to his tenure at Whitney, Boehly concentrated on leveraged finance at Credit Suisse First Boston.