Andrew Luntz joined the Normandy team in early June, bringing the total number of ‘Andrews’ at the firm to three. In just a few short weeks, Andrew has added significant value to several of our retained buy-side searches, drawing on prior experience at a search fund and his strong data management skills. We are very excited to have Andrew on board for the 2021 summer.

Where did Andrew grow up?
Slingerlands, NY, just outside of Albany

Where does he go to school? What is he studying?
Andrew is a rising junior at Boston College where he is majoring in finance and minoring in philosophy

Is he in any clubs at BC?
Andrew is a director of the Boston College Investment Club (BCIC), a student-managed investment fund. Andrew works alongside other BC students to actively manage a portfolio in excess of $1M. Aside from BCIC, Andrew is involved with BC’s investment banking club and plays on the club rugby team

What does he do when he is not in school or working at Normandy?
When he is not in the office, Andrew can usually be found on the golf course with his friends. He also enjoys mowing lawns in his hometown on the weekends

Why did he apply to Normandy Advisors?
Andrew wanted an opportunity to learn about the private equity industry in a small-team environment. Having previously interned for a search fund, Andrew wanted to see another side of the private investment world and understand the role of a buy-side advisor in M&A

Any “fun facts” or unique interests we would now know unless we got to know him?
After taking a class at Boston College, Andrew developed a strong interest and appreciation for architecture and urban development. He has an impressive knowledge of Boston’s architectural history

If Andrew could travel anywhere in the world, where would he go?
Ushuaia, Argentina (also known as the ‘End of the World’)