Nolan Partners appoint Andrew Moss as global head of media & entertainment

By Shantanu Srivastav | March 7, 2018

Nolan Partners has announced the hiring of Andrew Moss as its Global Head of Media and Entertainment.

Andrew will work out of Nolan Partners’ London office, where he will focus on expanding Nolan Partners’ Media and Entertainment properties around the globe, with specific focus on Europe and the USA.

“Andrew has been a rainmaker in the industry for nearly two decades and we are thrilled to have him join our group. Strengthening our Media and Entertainment offering is a key priority and with Andrew’s appointment, this can now be a growth area for our business,” said Paul Nolan, Nolan Partners’ Group Managing Director.

Andrew has spent nearly two decades in the sports industry in addition to significant work in Entertainment, Broadcast and Media properties. He comes to Nolan Partners from Oliver & Ohlbaum Associates, a leading independent strategic adviser in Sports, Media and Entertainment, where he served as Chief Commercial Officer since 2015.

“The opportunity to bring years of experience to a company with such an impressive growth trajectory as Nolan Partners is truly exciting. This group is the benchmark in how to professionally and strategically find the best talent, regardless of source, for the biggest sports and entertainment brands in the world,” remarked Moss.

Prior to his work with Oliver & Ohlbaum, Andrew founded AMC Media working as Managing Director & Consultant from 2012 to 2015 and worked with World Wrestling Entertainment as International Counsel & Head of Sales/Distribution from 2010 to 2012.

Adding to his business experience, he spent three years as the Head of Acquisition, Business & Legal Affairs for Sony Pictures Entertainment (properties including Who Wants to Be a Millionaire and Jeopardy). In addition to a long history as a private consultant in Entertainment, Andrew also spent time with

The Football Association & Wembley National Stadium Ltd. During this time, he was heavily involved in the financing for the National Stadium Project at Wembley and led the acquisition of the Senior Men’s England Team pooled IP rights. Andrew received his LLB/LLM from The University of Nottingham with additional study in the United States at The University of Texas at Austin.