NSWENorthern Sydney Wedding Expo (Australia)
NSWENot Safe while Eating (Internet slang)
NSWENonlinear Shallow Water Equation
NSWENot Supplied with Equipment (US Navy)
NSWENorth Shore Wedding Expo (Sydney, Australia)
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Aston Villa's main parent company Recon Group UK is controlled by the billionaires and a few weeks ago the company formerly known as Recon Football announced a name change to NSWE Stadium.
Sold: Villa Park Among the most important of those is whether NSWE Stadium Ltd, which lists Sawiris and Edens as its directors, is still among the group of companies controlled by the club.
NSWE is the name of the investment group controlled by billionaires Nassef Sawiris and Wes Edens that rescued Villa last summer - and both Sawiris and Edens have direct control over NSWE Stadium Limited.
ThyssenKrupp, the holding company of NSWE and a partner in the GSC, would like to acquire HDW and then work on building a cooperative venture with France.
Earlier this month, the company formerly known as Recon Football Limited announced a name change to NSWE Stadium Ltd.
The two main players in NSWE are Nassef Sawiris and Wes Adams.
The 47-year-old is now s chedu le d t o a nswe r fraud-related charges today.
The issue is especially pertinent to Villa following the creation of a subsidiary company called 'NSWE Stadium Ltd'.' The club responded: "Aston Villa's assets - the football club, stadium, training ground, Academy, retail store etc.
NSWE, jointly owned Mr Sawiris and Mr Edens, has paid PS30 million to buy the club which is a considerable markdown on the PS76 million Mr Xia gave Randy Lerner two years ago for his takeover.
Wes Edens and Nassef Sawiris, owners of the NSWE Group that bought a controlling stake in the club from Tony Xia last summer, listened and Bruce was sacked the next day.
NSWE rescued Villa last summer with a deal that cost them over PS60m.
Asked what the message has been from NSWE, Smith added: "We have just been planning forwards really - planning for the last transfer window and the end of the season, the summer window and how the club might look in three transfer windows' time.