Leslie Alexander Net Worth $1.2 Billion
American businessman Leslie Alexander is a former stock trader from New Jersey. Alexander started his professional trading livelihood by trading options and bonds for Lawrence Kotkin Associates, a Wall Street company. He afterwards went to form his own investment company, called The Alexander Group, in 1980. Their second title was in 2005. In 2003, a brand new stadium known as the Toyota Center was started. In 2008, he was named the top owner in the NBA by Forbes. Between 1997 and 2007, Leslie Alexander was the person who owns the Houston Comets of the WNBA. He sold the team in January 2007 to Hilton Koch and it closed down a year after. In 1998, Mr. Alexander tried to buy and to relocate the narratives Edmonton Oilers franchise of the National Hockey League. Nevertheless, a grassroots bid from the area businessmen prevented the deal of the group. Leslie Alexander now possesses a 20% position in First Marblehead, a private student loan business where he began investing in 2001. He also owns a winery in Long Island along with the associated business called Leslie Wine which he found in 2008. With his enterprises, he was recorded as among the 400 wealthiest individuals in America in 2006 having a value of around $1.2 billion.