Steve Apostolopoulos

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Steve Apostolopoulos
Toronto, Canada
TitleManaging partner, Triple Group of Companies

Steve Apostolopoulos is a Canadian billionaire businessman. He was born in Toronto as the son of the late Greek-Canadian businessman Andreas Apostolopoulos.[1][2] He is the managing partner of the real estate firm Triple Group of Companies, the founder of the private equity firm Six Ventures,[1] and the co-founder of credit card firm Caary.[3]

In 2023, Apostolopoulos and brothers Jim and Peter pursued bids to purchase the Washington Commanders of the National Football League (NFL) and the Ottawa Senators of the National Hockey League (NHL) before they were sold to other parties.[4]


  1. ^ a b Windhorst, Brian (22 March 2023). "Sources: Billionaire Steve Apostolopoulos joins bidders for Commanders". ESPN. Retrieved 28 March 2023.
  2. ^ Gullo, Robert (23 March 2023). "Who is Steve Apostolopoulos? Canadian billionaire pegged as suitor for Dan Snyder's Commanders". Sportskeeda. Retrieved 28 March 2023.
  3. ^ "An entrepreneur's journey: Interview with Steve Apostolopoulos, Co-founder of Caary | Caary".
  4. ^ Clark, Ryan. "Source: Steve Apostolopoulos pulls bid to buy Ottawa Senators". Retrieved 13 June 2023.

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