- Jim Ratcliffe
Net worth:$23.7 billion
Sir James Ratcliffe is a British billionaire chemical engineer turned financier and industrialist. Ratcliffe is the chairman and chief executive officer of the Ineos chemicals group. In 1998, he founded Ineos group of companies, and of which he still owns two-thirds, and which has been estimated to have a turnover of $80 billion. He also owns yachts and property portfolio, which includes a huge estate in remote northeast Iceland.
- Sri and GopiHinduja
Net worth:$23.3 billion
The Hinduja brothers are Indian-born British business tycoons. Their businesses includes motor vehicles companies, import export of goods, banking and call centres. Hinduja company were founded in 1914 by Parmanand Deepchandh Hinduja initially operated in Karachi and Mumbai. In 1979 Sri and Gopi moved to London for development of their business and they successfully achieve it. Nowadays Hinduja group of companies are known as one of the world’s largest companies.
- Sir Len Blavatnik
Net worth:$17.5 billion
Blavatnik is a Soviet-born British business tycoon, investor and philanthropist. He became a billionaire after the fall of Soviet communism. He made his wealth by investments in myriad companies through his conglomerate company. In 2017, Blavatnik received a knighthood for services to philanthropy. In 1984,He attended Columbia University for masters in computer science and in 1989, got MBA degree from Harvard Business School.
- David and Simon Reuben
Net worth:$17.1 billion
Reuben brothers are British businessmen and philanthropist. David and Simon arrived to London in 1950s, soon they develop their business there. Their business includes metals marketing and real estate.The Reuben’s net worth has unpredictably increased in last few years, especially since 2011 their net worth has doubled.
Net worth:$16.6 billion
Lakshmi Niwas Mittal is known as steel magnate. Currently, he is CEO and chairman of Arcelor Mittal , world’s largest steel making company. He is largest shareholder of Arcelor Mittal and have 11% share in Queens Park Rangers F.C. Mittal has been a member of the board of directors of Goldman Sachs since 2008. He sits on the World Steel Association’s executive committee, and is a member of the Global CEO Council of the Chinese People’s Association for Friendship with Foreign Countries.
- Michel de Carvalho
Net worth: $12.4 billion
Michel Ray de Carvalhois a British financier, former Olympic skier and luger, and former child actor in films such as The Brave One and The Tin Star. his father was a Brazilian diplomat. Michel married Heineken heiress Charlene de Carvalho-Heineken in 1983. In 2002 Charlene inherited a fortune of $4.8billion upon the death of her father, Freddy Heineken.
- Kirsten and Jorn Rausing
Net worth: $12.1 billion
The Swedish brother and sister, who are the leading shareholders of Swiss packaging group Tetra Laval. Their father was Gad Rausing, who with his brother, Hans, initially inherited Tetra Pak. Jorn initially had a $30 million stake in the online retailer Ocado.
- Alisher Usmanov
Net worth:$12 billion
Alisher Usmanov is an Uzbek-born British,who made his money through steel and iron-ore mines and companies such as Metallo invest, and has a 30% stake in Arsenal Football Club. He has, however, started to move the ownership of some businesses back to Russia after President Vladimir Putin installed more favourable tax laws. He also grew rich through shares in Spotify and Airbnb.
- Galen Weston
Net worth: $11.4 billion
Willard Gordon Galen Weston is a British-Canadian businessman and philanthropist.He Executive Chairman of George Weston Limited, a leading food processing and distribution company. Weston and his family, with an estimated net worth of $US 8.9 billion, are listed as the second wealthiest in Canada and 147th in the world reported by Forbes magazine.
The Duke of Westminster and the Grosvenor family
Net worth: $11.3 billion
Hugh Richard Louis Grosvenor, 7th Duke of Westminster is a British aristocrat, billionaire, businessman and landowner. He inherited the title of Duke of Westminster on 9 August 2016, on the death of his father, Gerald Grosvenor. The duke is estimated to be worth US$13 billion making him the world’s richest person under age 30.
- Ernesto and KirstyBertarelli
Net worth: $11billion
Ernesto Bertarelli is an Italian-born Swiss billionaire businessman and charity donor. He was graduated from Babson College in 1989 and got an MBA degree from Harvard Business School in 1993. Ernesto is Switzerland’s richest man after he sold his family’s pharmaceutical company Serono. His combined wealth with his wife, Kirsty, the singer and model he married in 2000, makes her the richest woman in Britain.
- Sir James Dyson and family
Net worth: $10.7 billion
Sir James Dyson is a British inventor, industrial design engineer and founder and chief executive of Dyson Ltd. commonly, he is best known as the inventor of the Dual Cyclone bagless Industrial designer Dyson invented the bagless vacuum cleaner. After his invention was rejected by the major manufacturers, Dyson set up his own manufacturing company, Dyson Ltd. In June 1993, he started a research centre and factory in Malmesbury, Wiltshire.
- Hans Rausing
Net worth: $10.4 billion
Sir Hans Rausing is a Swedish businessman based in the United Kingdom. He made his fortune from his co-inheritance of Tetra Pak, a company founded by his father Ruben Rausing and currently the largest food packaging company in the world. Tetra Pak’s success in the 1970s and 1980s under the leadership of Hans and Gad Rausing, they turned family business into a multi-national company.
- Sir David
Net worth: $8.4 billion
Sir David Frederick Attenborough is an English broadcaster and natural historian. He is best known for writing and presenting, in conjunction with the BBC Natural History Unit, the nine natural history documentary series forming the Life collection that together constitute a comprehensive survey of animal and plant life on Earth. He is a former senior manager at the BBC, he served as controller of BBC Two and director of programming for BBC Television in the 1960s and 1970s.
Net worth: $7.9 billion
Jonh Reece is a British business tycoon and investor,In 2000, Reece, and accountant and partner at PricewaterhouseCoopers, joined the chemicals conglomerate Ineos, and is now the chief financial officer and minority shareholder. He is graduated from University of Cambridge in economics.
- Andy Currie
Net worth: $7.9 billion
Andrew Christopher currie is British billionaire businessman.Cambridge University graduate Currie became director of chemicals giant Ineos 1998 having spent 15 years in various technical and managerial roles. The Sunday Times has seen financial documents suggesting Ineos made profits of up to $6 billion last year under Currie’s stewardship.
- Mohamed Bin Issa Al Jaber
Net worth: $7.6 billion
Al Jaber runs the London-based MBI International Holding Group. It invests in property, hotels, food, and energy.He is perhaps most famous for accusing Barclays of engaging in corrupt Saudi Arabian deals, which later led to Saudi Arabia claiming $10 billion in damages from the UK lender.
- John Fredriksen
Net worth: $7.6 billion
John Fredriksen is a Norwegian-born oil tanker and shipping magnate, who owns the world’s largest oil tanker fleet. He also has major interests in the offshore driller Seadrill, the fish farming company Marine Harvest, the dry bulk company Golden Ocean Group, and the supply vessel company Deep Sea Supply.His tankers managed to defy the fighting and pick up oil from the regions.He also invests in shipping, fish-farming, and other oil-support operations.
- Joseph C. Lewis
Net Worth: $5.6 billion
Joseph C. Lewis is a British businessman and investor and charity donor. Lewis hosts the Tavistock Cup tournament every March in Florida, raising millions of dollars for charity, and owns three of the four clubs that compete: Albany, Lake Nona Golf & Country Club. Lewis left school at 15 to help run his father’s West End catering business
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