Wes Edens…..

Who is Wes Edens? What is his legacy and what is his role in life? Wes Edens, also known as Wesley Robert Edens is an American investor, business man, sports team owner, and private equity investor. He’s the hard working co founder of the Milwaukee Bucks, a national baseball association ( also known as NBA) a franchise located in Milwaukee Wisconsin and helped with other projects such as, League of Legends team FlyQuest, a group partnership with Edens and Nassef in 2018. He’s also co foundered the new fortress energy and the fortress investment group. As a teen, Wes Edens was a pretty good skier, and in the year 1984 he obtained a business administration degree from Oregon State university and a finance degree. Years later Eden helped develop the Brightline, the very first privately owned, passages rail road system in the United States of America. The rail road system will connect West palm beach, Miami to fort lauderale and later Orlando Florida. Read more about Wes Edens at Wikipedia


Wes Eden has served on a variety of commissions and professional boards, he is a trustee and supporter of the U.S ski and snowboard team foundation and is a well known philanthropist. Him and his family of six created the Edens family fund for climate change studies at the Princeton University, a present that launched the challenge within the urban Princeton Environmental Institute. He even worked as the inaugural co-chair of the brown school of public health Advisory Council and began a partnership at Macalester college in Minnesota and St. Paul. He also helped with a research fund project for solving environmental health hazards and treating diseases.

Before Wes Edens founded the fortress group in 1998, he was a management driector of the black rock financial management group and at the Lehmen brothers where he asserted investors with private equity funds.

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