The Koch Family Acquires Stake in BSE Global

New York billionaire Julia Koch, along with her children, has made a significant investment in BSE Global, the company that owns the Brooklyn Nets and the New York Liberty. While the exact financial terms of the deal have not been disclosed, it is reported that the Kochs will acquire a 15% stake in BSE Global, valuing the company’s sports holdings at an impressive $6 billion. This investment would require the Kochs to pay a staggering $900 million for their share.

As the 23rd richest person in the world, according to Forbes, Julia Koch has a net worth of $65.7 billion. Her vast wealth comes from inheriting 42% of Koch Industries, a major privately held company in the United States, following the passing of her husband, David Koch, in 2019. This new investment in BSE Global further solidifies her position as a prominent figure in the business world.

Despite the Koch family’s acquisition of a minority stake in BSE Global, the current leadership of the company will remain unchanged. Joe Tsai, with a net worth of $8.6 billion, will continue to serve as the chairman of the organization and as the governor of the Brooklyn Nets. His wife, Clara Wu Tsai, will also retain her position as vice-chair of the corporation and as the governor of the New York Liberty. This consistency in leadership ensures a smooth transition and continuity for all involved parties.

Both Joe Tsai and Julia Koch have expressed their enthusiasm for this new partnership. Joe Tsai welcomed the Koch family to BSE Global, highlighting Julia Koch’s dedication to New York institutions as a valuable asset to the franchise. Julia Koch, along with her children, including David Jr., Mary Julia, and John, have shared their excitement about this new venture. Their involvement signals a strong commitment to the future success and growth of the Brooklyn Nets and the New York Liberty.

The acquisition of a minority stake in BSE Global by the Koch family marks a significant milestone in the sports industry. With Julia Koch’s wealth and influence, combined with the leadership of Joe Tsai, this partnership is poised for success. As the NBA board of governors reviews and approves this deal, all eyes will be on the future of BSE Global and the continued growth of the Brooklyn Nets and the New York Liberty.


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