Our History

Falcon Holdings Management LLC was founded in 1999 by Aslam Khan. The original transaction that began the company was a purchase of 97 highly distressed restaurants in the Church’s Chicken Franchise system.

Khan has repeatedly bought Church’s restaurants on the verge of bankruptcy and turned them around. Under his leadership, the company has made drastic improvements in human resources, financial performance and growth. The exceptional track record of building Falcon and developing effective teams is attributed to the “People First “philosophy. Training is also a key component to this success as well as technology-driven results.

The Corporate office was in Atlanta, Georgia in 1999 and was moved to Chicago, Illinois shortly thereafter to be closer to the restaurants and create a fresh start. The Corporate office remained in Chicago for 8 years and moved to Dallas, Texas in 2009 where it currently resides. Falcon has become a large multi-unit operator of multiple brands in the last 3 years and is recognized as one of the top 30 in the country. Falcon has added to the portfolio additional brands such as Long John Silvers and A & W in 2013 and Hardee’s in 2015. It continues to look for difference concepts in the market place that would be compliments to the existing portfolio.

Falcon created the management company of professionals to provide operational expertise and administrative services to a wide range of companies. It serves clients with a level of commitment that is first class in the industry. Implementation of many programs in the company are designed to promote a diverse work force and helping employees excel. Khan is a true example of someone who has taken advantage of the opportunities available and created value to the clients, employees and investors.