Swansea’s COO leaves post to become boss of owners’ investment company

19 July 2019

Swansea
Photo: Getty Images Returning home with his family to the USA, Chris Pearlman, Swansea’s COO for the past three years, has left his post and joined the club’s majority owners, Steve Kaplan and Jason Levien.

Swansea City have announced that their chief operating officer, Chris Pearlman, has resigned his position to become president of their owners’ investment company.

Pearlman was COO at the club for three years.

Peter Høyer ph@offthepitch.com

Returning home with his family to the USA, Chris Pearlman, Swansea’s COO for the past three years, has left his post and joined the club’s majority owners, Steve Kaplan and Jason Levien. 

During his tenure at Swansea, Chris made a major contribution to our business operations

As the new president of the holding company Kaplan Levien Sports Group, he will work on critical initiatives and potential areas of growth at their MLS club, DC United, while also contributing where required on important projects at Swansea City.

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