What is Tottenham Hotspur owner Joe Lewis' net worth and who is his wife Jane Lewis? | The Sun

JOE Lewis owns many different companies and is known for currency trading.

But what is his net worth and is he married?

Who is Joe Lewis?

Joe Lewis is a British businessman, investor and art collector.

He was born on February 5, 1937, in London.

Lewis left school at 15 to help run his father's West End of London catering business Tavistock Banqueting.

In 1979, he sold the family business and moved into currency trading.

He then moved to the Bahamas to avoid paying taxes in the UK.

In September 1992 Lewis bet the pound would leave the European Exchange Rate Mechanism, which result in the event called Black Wednesday.

After amassing his wealth in catering and currency trading, he bought Premier league club Tottenham Hotspur in 2001.

Lewis has an art collection that includes works by Picasso, Matisse, Freud and Bacon.

What is Joe Lewis' net worth?

Lewis has a net worth of around £6.1billion, according to Forbes.

He is the main investor in Tavistock Group, which owns more than 200 firms across 15 countries.

Next to owning the Tavistock Group, he has a variety of investments, including luxury club resorts, restaurants and hotels.

Who is Joe Lewis' wife Jane Lewis?

Jane Lewis is Joe Lewis' second wife.

As of July 2023, the couple is still married.

Does Joe Lewis have any children?

Lewis has two kids from his first marriage with Esther Browne.

His daughter Vivienne is seen as his heir and serves on Tavistock's board of directors.

She is divorced from Toby Silverton, the former chairman of Bristol Cars, once fully owned by Tavistock.

His son Charles Lewis is reported to be living in Argentina.

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