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Andrew L. Barroway

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Merion Investment Management LP

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Merion Investment Management LP

280 King of Prussia Road

Wayne, Pennsylvania,19087

United States

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Arizona Coyotes


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University of Pennsylvania Law School

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Andrew Barroway to step down from majority role as Arizona Coyotes ownership group reshuffles
by Ant on 01/02/11, Blog Arizona Coyotes majority owner Andrew Barroway at his office at Gila River Arena in Glendale on Tuesday, June 9, 2015.(Photo: Michael Schennum/azcentral sports) The Coyotes are in the process of reshuffling their ownership group, a move that would demote Andrew Barroway from his majority role less than six months after he purchased a controlling interest in the club. "Upon completion of an agreement, Andrew Barroway will remain the largest shareholder and Governor of the Arizona Coyotes. Barroway purchased a 51 percent majority of the franchise Dec. 31 for $152.5 million after a nearly two month negotiation. Coyotes in GlendaleTimeline: Coyotes in GlendaleGlendale council kills Coyotes dealE mails reveal Glendale's caseCoyotes want to stay in GlendaleBickley: Latest skirmish with Glendale could be best thing for CoyotesGlendale OKs new arena deal6 things about new arena dealEmails show friction between city, teamGlendale seeks new arena managerGlendale selects AEG to manage arenaPoll: Coyotes should stay in GlendaleCoyotes close to arena deal with ASU?AEG promises big acts, silent on Coyotes' futureCoyotes want special taxing district for new arenaGlendale approves arena deal with AEG Since then, Barroway had taken on a largely behind the scenes role with the team as he continued to be based on the East Coast while being the managing partner of Merion Investment Management LP, an event driven hedge fund founded in 2009 that currently manages more than $1 billion in assets. He previously tried to purchase the New Jersey Devils and New York Islanders. Barroway was in the Valley last week and met with city of Glendale officials last Monday before city council members voted 5 2 Wednesday to terminate Glendale's 15 year, $225 million arena management agreement with the Coyotes. Bickley: Latest skirmish with Glendale could be best thing for Arizona Coyotes Before Glendale's decision emerged, Barroway told azcentral sports in an exclusive interview, "We certainly do not believe that there's been any breach of the agreement. We feel very strong in our legal position there. More important than that, we want a positive working relationship with the city." When asked about his partnership with the other nine owners, Barroway called their relationship "collaborative. "These voices all have opinions, sometimes strong ones, but I think we all fundamentally like each other and get along and we all want what's best for this team," he said during the interview last Tuesday. "We had a tough first season for me, and I took a lot of those losses very personally," Barroway said last week.


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New Arizona Coyote owner, Andrew Barroway (Left)
New Arizona Coyote owner, Andrew Barroway (Left) Barroway, a managing partner of Merion Investment Management, now owns 51% of the Arizona Coyotes and is the team's chairman and governor. This was the third attempt by Barroway to purchase an NHL team in the last two years. In 2012, a deal with the New Jersey Devils fell through. Last summer, he was certain he'd acquired a majority stake in the New York Islanders, but the team's owner Charles Wang decided to sell to Jonathan Ledecky and Scott Malkin at the last-minute. This prompted a lawsuit by Barroway against the Islanders owner; however, the case was dropped as the Merion partner began his latest pursuit in Arizona. Still, it wasn't easy for Barroway to complete his three-year journey toward NHL ownership. Last month, multiple sources indicated that the deal was in jeopardy on news that Barroway was prepared to back out of a reported $155 deal. The New York Post reported in the fall that Barroway planned to resell the team to an ownership group that wants to move the team to Las Vegas. That news coincided with a report that NHL committed to a Las Vegas owner's plan to hold a season-ticket drive to measure possible interest for a team in Nevada. However, Barroway denied speculation that he would flip the team during an interview with Fox Sports last week. "I am buying this team because I am a lifelong sports and hockey fan," Barroway said. "It has always been my dream to become an owner. I want to bring a winner to the Valley. That [report] couldn't be any more false. I am thrilled to be here and am thrilled to be an owner and would not have gone through this difficult process in buying a team just to go flip it." Barroway said he plans on being an active owner while remaining engaged in his day-to-day role at his fund.


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Andrew Barroway
New Arizona Coyote owner, Andrew Barroway (Left) New Arizona Coyote owner, Andrew Barroway (Left) Barroway, a managing partner of Merion Investment Management, now owns 51% of the Arizona Coyotes and is the team's chairman and governor. This was the third attempt by Barroway to purchase an NHL team in the last two years. In 2012, a deal with the New Jersey Devils fell through. Last summer, he was certain he'd acquired a majority stake in the New York Islanders, but the team's owner Charles Wang decided to sell to Jonathan Ledecky and Scott Malkin at the last-minute. This prompted a lawsuit by Barroway against the Islanders owner; however, the case was dropped as the Merion partner began his latest pursuit in Arizona. Still, it wasn't easy for Barroway to complete his three-year journey toward NHL ownership. Last month, multiple sources indicated that the deal was in jeopardy on news that Barroway was prepared to back out of a reported $155 deal. The New York Post reported in the fall that Barroway planned to resell the team to an ownership group that wants to move the team to Las Vegas. That news coincided with a report that NHL committed to a Las Vegas owner's plan to hold a season-ticket drive to measure possible interest for a team in Nevada. However, Barroway denied speculation that he would flip the team during an interview with Fox Sports last week. "I am buying this team because I am a lifelong sports and hockey fan," Barroway said. "It has always been my dream to become an owner. I want to bring a winner to the Valley. That [report] couldn't be any more false. I am thrilled to be here and am thrilled to be an owner and would not have gone through this difficult process in buying a team just to go flip it." Barroway said he plans on being an active owner while remaining engaged in his day-to-day role at his fund.


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New Arizona Coyote owner, Andrew Barroway (Left)
New Arizona Coyote owner, Andrew Barroway (Left) Barroway, a managing partner of Merion Investment Management, now owns 51% of the Arizona Coyotes and is the team's chairman and governor. This was the third attempt by Barroway to purchase an NHL team in the last two years. In 2012, a deal with the New Jersey Devils fell through. Last summer, he was certain he'd acquired a majority stake in the New York Islanders, but the team's owner Charles Wang decided to sell to Jonathan Ledecky and Scott Malkin at the last-minute. This prompted a lawsuit by Barroway against the Islanders owner; however, the case was dropped as the Merion partner began his latest pursuit in Arizona. Still, it wasn't easy for Barroway to complete his three-year journey toward NHL ownership. Last month, multiple sources indicated that the deal was in jeopardy on news that Barroway was prepared to back out of a reported $155 deal. The New York Post reported in the fall that Barroway planned to resell the team to an ownership group that wants to move the team to Las Vegas. That news coincided with a report that NHL committed to a Las Vegas owner's plan to hold a season-ticket drive to measure possible interest for a team in Nevada. However, Barroway denied speculation that he would flip the team during an interview with Fox Sports last week. "I am buying this team because I am a lifelong sports and hockey fan," Barroway said. "It has always been my dream to become an owner. I want to bring a winner to the Valley. That [report] couldn't be any more false. I am thrilled to be here and am thrilled to be an owner and would not have gone through this difficult process in buying a team just to go flip it." Barroway said he plans on being an active owner while remaining engaged in his day-to-day role at his fund. This entry was tagged Andrew Barroway, Arizona Coyotes, Broker Dealer, brokerdealer.com, brokerdealer.com blog, finalternatives, hedge fund, hedge fund manager, Merion Investment Management, NHL. Bookmark the permalink.


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Arizona Coyotes co-owner, president and CEO Anthony LeBlanc, left, embraces new majority owner Andrew Barroway during an NHL hockey news conference, Friday, Jan. 2, 2015, in Glendale, Ariz. (AP Photo/The Arizona Republic, Tom Tingle) MARICOPA COUNTY OUT; MAGS OUT; NO SALES
Arizona Coyotes co-owner, president and CEO Anthony LeBlanc, left, embraces new majority owner Andrew Barroway during an NHL hockey news conference, Friday, Jan. 2, 2015, in Glendale, Ariz. (AP Photo/The Arizona Republic, Tom Tingle) MARICOPA COUNTY OUT; MAGS OUT; NO SALES GLENDALE, Ariz. - When news broke that Andrew Barroway was buying a majority stake in the Arizona Coyotes, speculation began to fly that team would leave the desert. Barroway is from Philadelphia, had tried to buy teams back East and the Coyotes had been rumoured to be moving for several years, so it was an easy conclusion to jump to. Barroway insists that's not the case. "I'm committed to be here," Barroway said after being introduced Friday as the Coyotes' majority owner. IceArizona took nearly everyone by surprise when it agreed in October to sell a 51 per cent stake in the franchise to Barroway for $152.5 million. The deal was finalized and approved by the NHL's board of governors this week. The deal gives the Coyotes a massive gives the Coyotes a massive financial infusion and the members of Canadian-based IceArizona a substantial tax break. The Coyotes have had one of the lowest payrolls in the NHL, along with some of the lowest attendance. The 48-year-old Barroway has been a successful hedge fund manager as managing partner of Merion Investment Management LP, an event-driven hedge fund that manages more than $1 billion. He previously tried to buy the New Jersey Devils and New York Islanders. Barroway will take over the title of chairman and governor from George Gosbee, with final say on all decisions. "One of the things we were really encouraged about in our initial discussions with Andrew when we started the process is that he wants to be collaborative," LeBlanc said. Adding Barroway and his money will give them more flexibility for signing or trading for players to bolster the roster. "What I'm encouraged about with my discussions with Andy is the long-term view of the team, the game, where the game is going and what we have to do to have success," Coyotes general manager Don Maloney said.


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