Wes Edens: Co-Owner of Milwaukee Bucks

Wes Edens is a co-owner of the Milwaukee Bucks, guiding them to the Eastern Conference the National Basketball Association holds, and also they are 2018-2019 season’s frontrunner for the Most Valuable Player Award, the MVP is Giannis Antetokounpo. The Milwaukee Bucks has to improve their season’s win-loss record. They are considered intense contenders against the Golden State Warriors of the Western Conference. It is their goal to open a new stadium, to increase merchandise sales, which they rely on Antetokounpo for. Eden has succeeded as a basketball manager and has ideas to manage other teams in the international sports scene.

Edens has purchased one of England’s most successful soccer teams, or as they call it in their country, football. The Premier League is a very well-respected and known sports league across the world with celebrities such as Christiano Ronaldo and David Beckham are members. Wes Edens is an expert investor who understands the value the league has with Edens jumping at the opportunity to be given a stake in one of those team such as Aston Villa Football Club, who wants a position in England’s Premier League because of the league membership changes often because teams need to perform.

Aston Villa is a founding member of the Premiere League, which is what came before, the Football League. Wes Edens is not the only one interested in Aston Villa’s performance for the Premier League. The athletes and their managers try to win matches with their investors in mind. Eden’s partner is Nassef Sawiris, an Egyptian businessman and billionaire with other ventures to deal with. Edens and Sawiris’ investment is seen as something that saved the team from getting shut down. Edens likes building up communities where he owns teams. Wes Edens spends more time in the MidWest as a mega-millionaire, although he started off with his degree from Oregon State University in 1984. It was this degree that launched his professional career in America’s investment market giving teams free advice.