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Top 6 Richest Investment Bankers of all Time

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Investment banking is one of several industries which have already captivated outstanding geniuses throughout the globe, and many of those who had already committed inside this sector has arisen with tremendous achievement. However, you need to understand how it requires a lot of effort to establish an image as strong as those of existing prominent investment bankers.

An investment banker may begin as a researcher and work approximately 120 hours per week throughout the initial several years. Yet if they rise to the highly prestigious position of Managing Director, the hours aren’t much shorter if they wish to become among one of the company’s leading producers. Several people had proven how operating inside this profession could make you one of the world’s wealthiest persons.

Here is the list of 6 of the world’s richest investment bankers to learn from:

  1. Nathaniel Rothschild (Net worth: $1 trillion)
    The Rothschilds were among the most well-known figures in investment banking, with reports claiming that perhaps the dynasty has previously amassed a fortune of such a trillion dollars. Rothschild is among the greatest for anyone to do it – one of the most successful investment bankers globally with a net worth of $5 billion. He carries his family legacy and personal life lessons through both himself and his loved ones.

  2. Jim Simons (Net worth: $23.5 billion)
    Simons is a mathematician, hedge fund manager, and philanthropist, in addition to becoming one of the globe’s wealthiest individuals. He makes investments utilizing mathematical techniques and algorithms, putting his mathematical abilities to excellent advantage. At this stage, it’s like defeating a human calculation. Renaissance Technologies, a hedge fund based in New York, was created by him.

  3. Joseph Safra (Net worth: $22.4 billion)
    Joseph Safra, a Swiss banker, and millionaire businessman, is the founder and CEO of the Safra Group, Brazilian banking, and financial conglomerate. He is the chairman among all Safra firms, including the New York-based Safra National Bank even the So Paulo-based Banco Safra. Safra is ranked 39th on Forbes’ list of billionaires for 2020. Joseph Safra’s net worth is expected to be $22.4 billion in 2021.

  4. Petr Kellner( Net worth: $18.4 billion)
    Petr Kellner is indeed a Czech entrepreneur. He is the wealthiest person within the Czech Republic and the owner and most significant stakeholder (98.93%) of a PPF Group. The PPF group was highly prosperous, having invested in over 200 businesses. The PPF Group also holds a dominant position in the Czech Republic’s most prominent insurance carrier. He additionally obtained a significant stake in Komercini bank through all the PPF Group. Kellner had concentrated his efforts upon high-value transactions.

  5. Ray Dalio (Net Worth: $16.9 billion)
    Dalio earned his MBA from Harvard Business School in 1973 after graduating from Long Island University. In 1975, he founded Bridgewater Associates throughout his residence. Bridgewater was among the most significant hedge funds and insurance companies by 2013. Ray Dalio is the author of Principles: Life & Work, which would have been a New York Times bestselling and the top one business book on Amazon in 2017. Dalio is ranked 46 on Forbes’ list of billionaires in 2020, with a net worth of $16.9 billion in 2021.

  6. Jorge Paul Lemann (Net worth: $15.5 billion)
    Jorge holds the record for being the wealthiest Brazilian in the world. He is the child of such Swedish immigrants who grew up in a low-income household where his father worked as just a dairy maker. Jorge did work and resided in Switzerland until moving to Brazil to start an investment bank in the early 1970s. His new company, Banco Garantia, had quickly acquired a well-known employer within the nation. In 1998, he sold it for a whopping $675 million.

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