Wes Edens: Billionaire at 25

Wes Edens is a very interesting man indeed. He started the Fortress Investment Group with four other business partners in 1998 when he was only 25 years old. Now that he has operated the business for over 20 years he is 45 years old, in the prime of his life, and worth $2.5 billion. He regularly ranks of Forbes list of top billionaires and has a variety of interests. He is married to his wife who gave him four beautiful children. His dollars are well known for their modeling careers and their large followings on Instagram.When Wes Edens is not making deals worth several billion dollars, he can be seen climbing a mountain or riding a horse. These are his two favorite hobbies for unwinding and de-stressing. On top of this, he also owns several sports teams.

He is the co-owner of the Milwaukee Bucks. He operates this NBA team along with his friend Marc Larsy. However, he is the sole owner of Fly Quest. This is the League of Legends team that has been dominating the scene for quite some time. While the world of electronic sports is still growing, Wes Edens believes he will be able to make substantial profit in this area.Wes Edens is the Principal Partner at the Fortress Investment Group. He is the cochairman who sits on the Board of Directors. Through his leadership, and the wisdom of others, the Fortress Investment Group was able to gain over 1750 clients. This means they manage over $72 billion. Trends in the market are analyzed by 1500 workers who all have PhD’s in their specific sectors.

Wes Edens personally manages over $23 billion that belongs to the Fortress Investment Group. He oversees the real estate investments of the company which are the heart and soul of the Fortress Investment Group. This is because it provides a substantial flow of money directly to the Fortress Investment Group. By financing and overseeing real estate operations that are guaranteed to give a study profit he is capable of keeping risks low profits high. Wes Edens help the Fortress Investment Group to sell a large portion of the company to a Japanese firm. For $3.3 billion this firm was able to gain a nonvoting share. He also sold off 8% of the company to the public for $600 million in order to continue investing in making wealth for all.