Amanda Staveley is a business person who was born in Ripon, England in 11/04/1973 and is now 50 years old. Amanda Staveley has a net worth of $125 Million.
What is Amanda Staveley Net Worth?
Amanda Staveley's net worth is 125 Million.
How old is Amanda Staveley?
Amanda Staveley is 50 years old.
What is Amanda Staveley Birthday?
Amanda Staveley's birthday is 11/04/1973.
What is Amanda Staveley Zodiac Sign?
Amanda Staveley's zodiac sign is Aries.
What is Amanda Staveley's Real Birth Name?
Amanda Staveley's real birth name is Amanda Louise Staveley.
Where is Amanda Staveley's Birthplace?
Amanda Staveley's birthplace is Ripon, England.
How Tall is Amanda Staveley?
Amanda Staveley height is 6'0''.
What is Amanda Staveley Nationality?
Amanda Staveley nationality is United Kingdom.
What are Amanda Staveley's Professions?
Amanda Staveley's professions are Business executive, Businesswoman.
Who is Amanda Staveley's Spouse(s)?
Mehrdad Ghodoussi (m. 2011)
Who is Amanda Staveley?
Amanda Louise Staveley (born 11 April 1973) is a British business executive. She is notable chiefly for her connections with Middle Eastern investors. She helped a Saudi consortium take over Newcastle United in a deal completed in October 2021 and has joined the board of directors.
In 2008, Staveley played a prominent role in the investment of £7.3 billion in Barclays by the ruling families of Abu Dhabi and Qatar, and by the Qatari sovereign wealth fund.
Staveley’s firm, PCP Capital Partners, acted for Sheikh Mansour Bin Zayed Al Nahyan of the Abu Dhabi royal family, who invested £3.5 billion to control 16 percent of the bank. The deal was reported to have earned PCP Capital Partners a commission of £110 million, which, after paying advisers, represented a profit of £40 million.Staveley was also involved in Mansour’s high-profile purchase of Manchester City F.C. in September 2008.
Staveley has also attempted on two occasions to buy a stake in Newcastle United, first in 2018 and again in 2020 as part of a group led by Saudi Arabia’s sovereign wealth fund, the Public Investment Fund. The takeover was completed on 7 October 2021 with Staveley owning 10% of the club, Reuben Brothers owning 10%, and Public Investment Fund (PIF), Saudi Arabia’s sovereign wealth fund, owning 80%