Wes Edens started Fortress Investment Group Inc

American businessman Wesley Robert Edens, born on October 30, 1961, is a millionaire. He also makes private equity investments. He co-created Fortress Investment Group and developed New Fortress Energy. The Milwaukee Bucks NBA team, located in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, is co-owned by Edens and Marc Lasry.

Wes Edens started Fortress Investment Group Inc. . He built the company’s $500 million private equity fund and oversaw its IPO. He was then the chairman and CEO of Fortress Management LLC. Fortress started to grow by acquiring other companies. After a year, Edens sold most of his shares back to Fortress but continued to serve as chairman.

Global priorities and the foundation of Apollo’s sustainable investing platform are energy transformation and dependability. This high-quality portfolio improves global energy security, speeds up efforts to reduce carbon emissions, and makes it easier to utilize LNG, which is more economical and environmentally friendly than diesel, according to Apollo partner Brad Fierstein.

According to Edens, chairman and CEO of New Fortress Energy, “Together with Apollo, we developing a premier LNG maritime infrastructure platform to assist speed energy transition while freeing up money to continue investing into our Fast LNG and downstream LNG projects worldwide.”

Apollo is developing a unique platform through which investors can invest in projects that reduce carbon emissions and increase energy security while providing access to a cleaner, more affordable form of energy. Through Apollo’s Security Fund (ASF), investors can be part of the solution to climate change, reducing carbon emissions and increasing energy resilience. By investing in ASF, you will not just be helping to solve the problem — you will help to create the future we all need.

The JV partners claimed the action would establish a global marine infrastructure platform, which can lessen their dependence on oil and coal, reducing carbon emissions while enabling potential threats and significant cost savings.

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