Jamie Reigle of the Los Angeles Rams headshot, Thursday, April 26, 2018, in Thousand Oaks, CA. (Jeff Lewis/Rams)

Jamie Reigle

Executive Vice President, Business Operations


Jamie Reigle joined the Los Angeles Rams in July 2017 as executive vice president, business operations. In this capacity, he oversees the Rams’ business activities and leads the ticketing, hospitality, partnerships, media, marketing, strategy and finance functions. Reigle also serves as a key member of the team driving the commercial development of the Los Angeles Stadium & Entertainment District at Hollywood Park.

Prior to joining the Rams, Reigle spent 10 years as a senior executive at Manchester United. During his tenure, Reigle was based in the United Kingdom and Hong Kong. He was a member of Manchester United’s Board of Directors, served as the club’s group commercial director, launched and led Manchester United’s Asia operations and oversaw the strategy and corporate finance functions.

As commercial director from 2015 through 2017, Reigle led the club’s operations and strategic initiatives across sponsorship sales and activation, marketing, licensing sales, tours and events. He managed a multinational team of over 100 staff across three offices and was responsible for a global commercial program that continually broke new ground in sports marketing. In 2012, Reigle relocated from the UK to Hong Kong to establish Manchester United’s presence in Asia. As managing director, Asia Pacific from 2012 through 2017 he built and led a team that secured sponsorship agreements with leading global and regional businesses, launched new social and digital media platforms and enhanced fan engagement through a series of branded events and marketing programs across Asia. As recognition for his leadership and contributions to Manchester United’s commercial and financial success, Reigle was named to the Leaders in Sport Leaders Under 40 Class of 2015. From 2007 through 2012, Reigle was based in London and was responsible for Manchester United’s strategic planning, capital structure and investor relations. In this capacity he helped devise the club’s innovative commercial program, directed all strategic projects and led various financings including the club’s landmark 2012 initial public offering on the NYSE.

Earlier in his career, Reigle worked in private equity with The Carlyle Group and investment banking with J.P. Morgan.

Reigle received a Bachelor of Arts degree in economics from Dartmouth College, where he was a four year varsity letter winner on the alpine ski team, and a Master of Business Administration from Stanford University’s Graduate School of Business.

A native of Canada, Reigle was born in Montreal. Reigle, his wife Georgiann and their two young boys, Harrison and Gordon reside in Los Angeles.