Monday 27 May 2019
After two unsuccessful attempts in Britain, Egyptian businessman Nassef Sawiris, in his third attempt to invest in English football clubs, managed to climb up to Aston Villa's Aston Villa Premier League after winning a playoff title over Derby County.
Aston announced in July the acquisition of Nassef Sawiris through his company, which is shared by a US businessman named Wes Ends investment in the club.
The English club statement did not specify the physical details of the deal, but English reports confirmed that China's former owner Tony Chea had withdrawn a 55% stake to NSWE, owned by business tycoons Nassef Sawiris and Weiss Eddines for fear of huge losses that were expected, 5 million pounds a month because of the failure of the team to qualify for the Premier League.
Nasir Sawiris is the third Egyptian to have an English club and move up to the English Premier League, although this time he is split with his US partner, Endes, who preceded him to the empire where the sun did not go by Assem Allam Kalk Hall City and Mohamed Fayed, owner of Fulham.
Sawiris belongs to one of the richest families in the world, with the Mirror estimated that the Sawiris fortune is estimated at $ 36 billion, while Nasir Sawiris ranks 251 among the world's richest.
Born in 1961 in Upper Egypt, Nassif Sawiris earned a bachelor's degree in economics from the University of Chicago in the United States of America. His father, Ansi Sawiris, founded his multi-activity Orascom. His brother Naguib Sawiris is one of the most famous businessmen Egyptians.
Nassif Sawiris holds the Egyptian and Belgian nationality. He is the CEO of OCI N.V, a Dutch nitrogen fertilizer company with a capital of 5.3 billion euros. He is one of the world's leading producers of chemical industries and Topco CEO of NNS Group, a leading investment firm.
NNS is a major contributor to Adidas AG, the world's most popular sporting goods company. In the year 2016, Nassef Sawiris became a member of the board of directors of the company and Nassef Sawiris Sports has also contributed to the NNS Group's contribution to the Bruins Sports Capital, which was established for construction and investment in sports and media.
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