Steve Hayes Net Worth
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The main source of income: Celebrities
Total Net Worth at the moment 2019 year – is about $158,5 Million.
Steve Hayes information Profession:Visual Effects, Special Effects, Art Department
:How tall is Steve Hayes – 1,81m.
How much weight is Steve Hayes – 72kg
Steve Hayes is an English businessman, and was the owner of Aviva Premiership rugby union side London Wasps.Originally a double glazing salesman, Hayes also worked for his father-in-law selling secondary mortgages. In 1997 with David Cowham he founded loans.co.uk, a Watford headquartered finance broker. Hayes became Chief Executive, expanding the firm to become the UKs then leading finance broker, on an earnings package of ?5.5million in 2004/2005. In June 2005, Cowham and Hayes sold loans.co.uk to MBNA for an undisclosed amount, reported to be worth ?50million to each partner.Hayes became a 25% shareholder through an initial ?250,000 investment in Wycombe Wanderers in June 2004, when the football club became a plc, and later became managing director. Hayes bought an 11.6% stake in London Wasps Holdings Ltd in August 2007, and became chairman of Lawrence Dallaglios benefit committee. In December 2008, Hayes bought Chrysalis Records founder Chris Wrights controlling interest and John OConnells shareholding in London Wasps to take complete control, and in July 2009, following a shareholders meeting, he took full ownership of Wycombe Wanderers, in the process writing off ?3m of the clubs debt to him in exchange for shares.In February 2012, Steve Hayes was arrested on his farm in Hertfordshire, related to suspected offences under the Computer Misuse Act 1990 and Regulation of Investigatory Powers Act 2000, under Operation Tuleta. As of October 2013, Steve Hayes has not been charged and he has now been formally released from pre-charge bail.In June 2012 the Wycombe Wanderers Trust bought the club from Steve Hayes. At the same time, a consortium led by former London Wasps player Ken Moss, purchased the rugby club from Hayes.
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