Odlum Capital was formed in 2008 and is headquartered in Miami Beach, Florida. The organization maintains offices and investments in Ohio, North Carolina, and New Jersey; however, our immediate geographical investment interests are specific to Appalachia.
Andrew Dover is the founder and managing partner of Odlum Capital. He is responsible for setting the firm's global asset strategy and managing the firm. Since founding Odlum Capital, Mr. Dover has also founded the Appalachian EB-5 Regional Center, an economic development program. Prior to founding Odlum, Mr. Dover was the CEO of the Joe Torre Foundation in New York City. Before his tenure at the foundation, he served as a senior vice-president at UBS. He started his investment career at Merrill Lynch.
Mr. Dover holds a BA in Philosophy from Yale University, an MPA from Harvard University's John F. Kennedy School of Government, and a Diploma in Organizational Leadership from the University of Oxford. In addition, he was a Fellow of the Center for Social Innovation (CSI) at the Stanford Graduate School of Business.
Odlum Capital was named after legendary investor, philanthropist, and pubic servant, Floyd Odlum, who was perhaps the only man to build a great fortune during the Great Depression. However, he represents more to us than just his unparalleled investment results during a time of national crisis. As President Johnson said, "Floyd Odlum has built a legendary record of personal and financial successes. But we who know Floyd are much more impressed by the riches that he has given than by the riches he has received."
We aim to live up to our namesake by making investments that make a difference -- and making our company a place where profit meets purpose.