Chairman - STEVE MORGAN
Joined Board August 2007
Steve Morgan is Chairman of the Bridgemere Group of Companies and Chairman of Redrow plc, which he founded in 1974 and grew into a highly successful FTSE 250 company.
Wolverhampton Wanderers FC (1986) Limited is a wholly owned subsidiary of W. W. (1990 Limited.
The ultimate parent company of W. W. (1990) Limited is Bridgemere Investments Ltd, a company ultimately controlled by Steve Morgan.
Steve was also a Non Executive Director of De Vere Group plc in which Bridgemere was the largest shareholder until the group was sold in 2006 to AHG.At the time of the AHG takeover Steve took the opportunity to buy back Carden Park Hotel, the prestigious four star hotel and golf resort in Cheshire.
Born in Liverpool, Steve completed his education at Colwyn Bay High School, and started Flintshire-based Redrow at the age of 21 with the aid of a £5,000 loan from his father.
Under Steve's leadership Redrow became one of the UK's most successful homebuilders. In October 2000, after 26 years, Steve stepped down as Chairman, although he remained the largest individual shareholder. In March 2009, Steve returned to Redrow, and was appointed Chairman on June,30 of that year
Via his Bridgemere Group of Companies, Steve is involved in a considerable number of commercial property, housing and land remediation schemes throughout the UK, Europe and the USA.
In 1992 Steve was awarded the OBE for his services to the construction industry and in 2000 he became a Fellow of the Institute of Builders.He holds three Honorary Fellowships at John Moores University, Cardiff University and Glyndwr University.
In the year 2000 Steve set up The Morgan Foundation, which budgets to donate in excess of £1 million per annum in support of local children's and family charities throughout the North West and North Wales. Ten per cent of that budget is distributed to similar charities within the Wolverhampton area via Wolves Aid, part of Wolves Community Trust which is the club's charity.
In 2010, Steve received an honorary degree from the University of Wolverhampton, a Doctorate of Letters recognising his contribution to construction, entrepreneurship and sport and leisure.
Chief Executive - JEZ MOXEY
Joined Board June 2000
Jez joined Wolves from Stoke City Football Club, where he had held the post of chief executive since January 1995. Born in Hemel Hempstead, he previously worked with Glasgow Rangers and Partick Thistle. He has also run a successful sports marketing business which included representing professional footballers, basketball players and other sportsmen/women.
Responsible for implementing the £14.74 million Britannia Stadium project in 1997, Jez also led the negotiations in the multi-million pound deal which resulted in an Icelandic consortium purchasing a controlling interest in Stoke City.
He is a former England under 21 international basketball player and was the youngest owner of a British professional basketball franchise.
Jez lived in the United States for one year on an educational sponsorship. His interests include modern theatre, fast motorbikes, marketing, stadia design, US sports, broadcasting and karate.
Born in April 1963 - Jez is married to American-born Babette, and has four children.
Director - JOHN GOUGH
Joined Board July 2006
A local businessman, John is chairman of William Gough and Son, a construction company that has been employing people in Wolverhampton for over 100 years.
John is also Chairman of Gough Holdings Group Ltd.
Director - JOHN BOWATER
Joined Board October 2006
A life-long Wolves fan, Black Country-born John is currently Deputy Chief Executive and Chief Financial Officer of Aggregate Industries Ltd, a wholly owned subsidiary of the Swiss based Holcim Group. Aggregate Industries is a heavy building materials Group operating predominantly in the UK and US with annual sales in the region of £2.5 billion.
Prior to that, John was a Director of Tarmac plc, where he worked for 35 years. He is also on the Board of Governors at Thomas Telford School and the Black Country Consortium.