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Mr. Alan T. Beimfohr

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Background

Employment History

Board Memberships and Affiliations

Education

  • BS , operations research and industrial engineering
    Cornell University
  • B.S. , operations research and industrial engineering
    Cornell University
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Alan T. Beimfohr ...
ocsocialscene.com, 21 June 2012 [cached]
Alan T. Beimfohr Posthumously Honored with Philharmonic Society's Golden Baton Award
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Alan T. Beimfohr Posthumously Honored with Philharmonic Society's Golden Baton Award
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Alan T. Beimfohr was honored with the 2012 Golden Baton Award by the Philharmonic Society of Orange County at a ceremony at the Big Canyon Country Club.
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The evening continued with the presentation of the 2012 Golden Baton Award to Alan T. Beimfohr.
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"Alan Beimfohr was my friend. He had a tremendous impact on the Philharmonic Society. He was a consummate board member-he had a lifetime of engagement with great music, and he demonstrated this over and over with his passionate participation which attracted others to follow his lead. My professional raison d'être is to give my passion for music to others. Al always gave his passion to me. I sat next him at the last performance he attended. The principal horn of the Mariinsky Theatre Orchestra had just finished a beautiful rendition of the solo in the Andante Cantabile movement of the Tchaikovsky's Fifth Symphony. Al, knowing I was a former horn player, smiled at me and gave me an enthusiastic thumbs up. I will never forget that. Linda smiled at me, too, because she knew Al was doing something he really loved, as it turned out, for the last time," said Dean Corey, President and Artistic Director of the Philharmonic Society of Orange County.
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"Al's support and stewardship of the Philharmonic Society was outstanding and exemplary.
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Al Beimfohr was born on January 4, 1945, in Fort Riley, Kansas, to Casper VanDyke Beimfohr and Dorothy Hood Beimfohr.
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Al received his Bachelor of Science degree in Operations Research and Industrial Engineering in 1966. After graduation, Al accepted a job in Peoria, Illinois with Caterpillar, Inc., which eventually brought him to Southern California. He left Caterpillar to join Kidder, Peabody & Co., Inc., a securities management firm, in 1972. He stayed with Kidder, Peabody for 17 years, attaining the position of vice president.
In 1988, Al co-founded Canterbury Capital Services with Garth Flint, Kenneth Kreuger and D. Robinson Cluck, where he served as president and chief executive officer. Ten years later, in 1998, Al co-founded Knightsbridge Asset Management, a portfolio management company, with John Prichard.
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Al was former president of the Cornell Alumni Association of Southern California. Al served on the Advisory Council to the Cornell Financial Engineering Manhattan MFE program. In 2011 the Alan T. and Linda M. Beimfohr Lecture Series was established at Cornell to recognize the importance of religious life at a non-sectarian university. In addition, Al served on the Investment Committee of the U.C. Irvine Foundation.
Al, with his wife Linda, attended St. Matthew's Anglican Catholic Church where Al led the architectural committee in designing the church, located at 2300 Ford Road, Newport Beach. Al, with his wife Linda, attended St. Matthew's Anglican Catholic Church where Al led the architectural committee in designing the church, located at 2300 Ford Road, Newport Beach.
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Al was an enthusiastic supporter of the arts in Orange County. Al supported the Philharmonic Society of Orange County in every way. He could always be counted on to attend and support major galas, post-concert receptions and dinners. He was also a member of the Society's esteemed Esterhazy Patron Circle. Al served on the Society's Board of Directors for nearly 10 years and served as Chairman of the Board for two seasons, during our nation's economic crisis. Al's leadership and direction helped the Philharmonic Society survive the challenging times, leading it to a healthier financial place. Much of the health of the organization today is attributed to Al's dedicated leadership.
Al loved classical music. He was greatly influenced in his childhood by his mother, Dorothy. In addition to her ballet experience, she played the piano. She especially enjoyed playing Tchaikovsky, Rachmaninoff and Chopin. She loved Debussy's "Claire de Lune" and played it often. The elegant sound of her piano playing pervaded Al's young life.
In fourth grade, the school district in which Al's family lived gave students musical aptitude tests. The policy was that students with high aptitude scores would be given free instruments and lessons. Al ranked 3rd highest in the district that year. Al chose the clarinet and began lessons. He continued playing the clarinet through his high school years, becoming captain of the marching band at Stranahan High School in Ft. Lauderdale, and playing in the All-County High School Concert Band.
Al is survived by his wife, Linda M. Beimfohr, older brother Carl Edward Beimfohr, three children, Alison B. Stanley, Nicholas E. Beimfohr and Kurt E. Beimfohr and five grandchildren.
NOVICA - News - Green Accounting: A New Route to Corporate Transparency?
pics.novica.com, 1 Sept 2002 [cached]
But companies must be aware of the risk in revealing too much information, cautions Al Beimfohr, president of Knightsbridge Asset Management in Newport Beach. "In general the United States is a much more litigious place to do business than Japan or Europe [where nonfinancial reports are widely issued]. He believes that CFOs and CEOs need to be cautious about divulging key elements of what would be meritorious defenses in the case of litigation.
Beimfohr also believes that CFOs should be careful about releasing information that could be used by competitors to gain an advantage.
Board of Directors
www.philharmonicsociety.org, 20 May 2012 [cached]
Alan T. Beimfohr, Immediate Past Chairman
Professionals | Knightsbridge Asset Management, LLC
www.knightsb.com, 15 Sept 2011 [cached]
Alan T. Beimfohr
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Alan T. Beimfohr
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Alan T. Beimfohr
Portfolio Management & Research
A co-founder of Knightsbridge, Alan serves on the firm's investment committee. He has over 35 years of investment experience. Prior to the 1998 founding of Knightsbridge, he co-founded Canterbury Capital Services where he served as President and Chief Executive Officer. Prior to that he was Vice President of Kidder, Peabody & Co., Inc. where he worked for seventeen years. He received his BS in operations research and industrial engineering from Cornell University in 1966. From 1966 to 1972, he was employed by Caterpillar, Int. Alan is a former President of the Cornell Alumni Association of Southern California and former Chairman of the Board of the Philharmonic Society of Orange County. Additionally, he serves on the Advisory Council to the Cornell Financial Engineering Manhattan MFE program, and on the Investment Committee of the U.C. Irvine Foundation.
Knightsbridge Asset Management, LLC
www.knightsb.com, 20 April 2010 [cached]
Alan T. Beimfohr is President and Chief Investment Officer of Knightsbridge Asset Management, LLC. Prior to founding Knightsbridge, he co-founded and served as President and Chief Executive Officer for Canterbury Capital Services, Inc. since its inception in 1988. Prior to that he was Vice President of Kidder, Peabody & Co., Inc. where he worked for seventeen years. He received his B.S. in operations research and industrial engineering from Cornell University in 1966. Alan is a former President of the Cornell Alumni Association of Southern California and currently serves on the Board of the Philharmonic Society of Orange County.
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