UK Richest Financial Elite

Hedge fund titans, prestigious banking families and  merchant banking businesses- list of wealthiest financiers in UK 2012 net worth estimates.

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21: Joe Lewis, Tavistock Group – £3bn

34: Bruno Schroder & family, Schroders – £1.97bn

Bruno Schroder and his family – the significant shareholders in the FTSE 100 asset management firm that carries their name – remain among the wealthiest financier.
Schroders’ share price has fallen by 23% in the 12 months to April 27, cuttng the value of the family’s stake. Their combined holding in the firm is worth £1.35bn, according to the Sunday Times. Schroders’ market capitalisation was £3.85bn at the close of trading on April 27. Property and the sale of Schroders’ merchant banking business in 2000 give the family an estimated combined wealth of £1.97bn. They rank at number 34 of the richest 1,000 people In Britain.
An aviation enthusiast who owns a Scottish estate, Schroder, 79, is a non-executive director of the asset manager. He was first appointed is a director in 1963, according to the firm’s website. He is the great, great grandson of Johann Heinrich Schroder, co-founder of the Schroders business in 1804, and has held a number of positions at the firm in Hamburg and London.

42=: Fleming family, Fleming Family & Partners – £1.5bn

The Fleming family, the banking dynasty whose Robert Fleming Holdings was sold to Chase Manhattan Bank for £4.5bn in 2000, is also highly-ranked among financiers in the annual Rich List with an estimated fortune of £1.5bn.

48=: Alan Howard, Brevan Howard – £1.4bn

Alan Howard, the co-founder of hedge fund Brevan Howard, is the wealthiest individual financier named in the Rich List.
A host of other hedge fund managers litter the annual rankings, including Sail Advisors’ Robert Miller and Winton Capital’s David Harding. A total of 53 hedgies make the list.  Read about Richest Hedgie in UK

59: Mark Coombs, Ashmore – £1.25bn

73: Nat Rothschild – £1bn

Nat Rothschild is ranked as the wealthiest of his dynasty by the Rich List with an estimated fortune of £1bn.

73=: Wafic Said, Said Business School – £1bn

78: Nadhmi Auchi, General Mediterranean Holdings – £995m

79: Robert Miller, Sail Advisors – £955m

80: Eugene Shifrin, Millhouse Capital – £892m

81: Alexander Knaster, Pamplona Capital Management – £890m

90: Peter Hargreaves, Hargreaves Lansdown – £830m

92=: David Harding, Winton Capital – £800m

David Harding, Winton Capital £800m (£410m) London’s commodities king tried to join Wall Street after graduating, but all the American investment banks he applied to turned him down. He took a trainee position at a small broker, then became a futures trader at one of the U.K.’s first futures funds. In 1987 he co-founded a quant-driven firm, AHL, which sold to Man Group. In 1997 he founded his second firm, Winton, his middle name, now the world’s biggest managed futures firm with $27 billion under management. Look At The Hedge Fund Rich List

101=: Peter Cruddas & family, CMC Markets – £750m

112=: Jim Mellon, Charlemagne Capital – £700m

112=: Eduard Shifrin, Midland Group – £700m

Michael Platt

127=: Michael Platt, Bluecrest Capital – £650m

Michael Platt, Bluecrest Capital £650m (£525m) The 43-year-old co-founded BlueCrest Capital Management in late 2000 after nearly a decade at JP Morgan. Since then, BlueCrest has amassed nearly $30 billion in assets under management, making it one of Europe’s biggest hedge fund firms. Platt’s multi-strategy BlueCrest International fund, which capitalizes on currency and interest rate based bets, returned a net of 6.13% in 2011. Read More: richest hedge fund titans

132=: Robert Angostinelli, Rhone Capital Partners – £630m

132=: David and Jonathan Rowland, Banque Havilland – £630m

144: Michael Hintze, CQS – £580m

149 =: Derrick Smith, currency trading – £550m

152: Steve Lansdown, Hargreaves Lansdown – £549m

158=: Patrick McKenna, Ingenious Media – £520m

162=: Michael Spencer, Icap – £510m

164=: Graham Tuckwell, ETF Securities – £500m

188: Charles Cayzer and family, Caledonia Investments – £478m

192=: Lord Rothschild – £465m

194: Sir Evelyn and Lady de Rothschild – £463m

Crispin Odey

196: Crispin Odey & Nicola Pease, Odey Asset Management – £455m

228: David Richwhite, Fay, Richwhite – £389m

239=: Sir John & Peter Beckwith, Thames River Capital – £350m

245: Stephen Butt, Silchester Partners – £340m

248=: John Duffield & family, Brompton Asset Management – £330m

251=: Jonathan Ruffer, Ruffer Investment Management – £328m

253: Sir Martyn Arbib & Family, Perpetual – £325m

259=: Paul Marshall, Marshall Wace – £315m

259: Ian Wace, Marshall Wace – £315m

274: Henry Moser & Family, Jerrold Holdings – £298m

275=: Nicholas Roditi, Belvedere Investment Partners – £295m

290: Roger Jenkins, BTG Pactual – £272m

291=: Steven Heinz, Lansdowne Partners – £270m

291=: Sir Paul Ruddock, Lansdowne Partners – £270m

300=: Greg Coffey, Moore Capital – £260m

300=: Andy Hall, Astenbeck Capital – £260m

300=: Peter Hambro & Family, J C Hambro – £260m

308=: Christopher Moran, Chesterlodge – £251m

310=: Martin Hughes, Toscafund – £250m

310=: Chris Levett, Clive Capital – £250m

329=: William Arah, Marathon Asset Management – £230m

329=: Jeremy Hosking, Marathon Asset Management – £230m

329=: Neil Ostrer, Marathon Asset Management – £230m

329=: Chris Rokos, Brevan Howard – £230m

329=: Hugh Sloane, Sloane Robinson – £230m

343=: Pierre Lagrance, GLG – £224m

345=: James Benamor, Richmond Group – £220m

345=: Alexander Hoare & Family, C Hoare & Co – £220m

345=: Paul Newey, Ocean Finance – £220m

345=: George Robinson, Sloane Robinson – £220m

370=: Sir Ronnie Cohen, Apax Partners – £200m

370=: Yan Huo, Capula Investment Management – £200m

394: Anthony Todd, Aspect Capital – £193m

395=: Michael Gooch, GFI Group – £190m

395=: Jonathan Green, GLG – £190m

406=: Jerome Booth, Ashmore Group – £189m

417=: Arpad Busson and Uma Thurman, EIM Group, actress – £180m

417=: Nigel Morris, Capital One – £180m

417=: Trifon Natsis, Brevan Howard – £180m

428=: Christopher Mills, JO Hambro Capital Management – £175m

458=: Lance Uggla, Markit Group – £163m

462=: David Blood, Generation Investment Management – £160m

462=: Andy Brown, Cedar Rock Capital – £160m

462=: David Martinez, Fintech Advisory – £160m

462=: John Robinson, Jupiter Asset Management – £160m

482=: Richard Chenevix-Trench, 482=, £155m

501=: Sir Angus Grossart & family, Scottish Futures Trust – £150m

501= Diana Jenkins, divorced from BTG Pactual’s Roger Jenkins – £150m

501=: Hilton Nathanson, Marble Bar Asset Management – £150m

501=: Walter Scott, Walter Scott & Partners – £150m

501=: John Stone, Lombard International Assurance – £150m

515: Simon Borrows, 3i Group – £149m

520: Ian MacKechnie & family, Amscot Financial – £146m

522=: Colm O’Shea, Comac Capital – £145m

522=: Kaveh Alamouti, Optimum Asset Management – £145m

529=: Jon Moulton, Better Capital – £143m

532=: Jeremy Coller, Coller Capital – £142m

537=: Michael Sherwood, Goldman Sachs – £140m

553=: Michael Cowan & family, Silchester Partners – £135m

568: Stephen Zinser, European Credit Management – £131m

569=: Steven Blakey, European Credit Management – £130m

569=: Luke Johnson, Risk Capital Partners – £130m

569=: Charles Davies, Link Asset & Securities – £130m

569=: Gavyn Davies, Fulcrum Asset Management – £130m

569=: James Lupton, Greenhill – £130m

569=: Manny Roman, Man Group – £130m

569=: James Vernon, Brevan Howard – £130m

596=: Jon Aisbitt, Man Group – £125m

596=: Martin Franklin, Jarden Corporation – £125m

596=: Huw Jenkins, BTG Pactual – £125m

596=: Rumi Verjee, Brompton Capital – £125m

596=: Mark Poole, Blue Bay Asset Management – £125m

596=: Hugh Willis, Blue Bay Asset Management – £125m

616=: Nicholas Berry & family, Stancroft Trust – £124m

616=: Michael Stone & family, Revere Capital – £124m

623=: Richard Hanson, Doughty Hanson – £121m

624=: Michael Farmer, RK Capital – £120m

624=: Lord Fink, Man Group – £120m

624=: Rupert Hambro & family, Hambros Bank – £120m

624=: Mark Lowe, Vega Asset Management – £120m

663=: Masao Asai, Capula Investment Management – £115m

677=: Henry Lumley & family, Lumleys.net – £112m

677=: Leonard Polonsky, Hansard Global – £112m

682=: Martin Coward, Ikos – £110m

682=: Richard Gnodde, Goldman Sachs – £110m

682=: Stephen Rumsey, European Credit Management – £110m

682=: Alex Scott & family, Stramongate – £110m

712=: Jurjen and Hugo kruisinga, Cross Options – £109m

718=: Andy Bell, AJ Bell – £105m

718=: Bob Diamond, Barclays – £105m

736=: Johannes de Gier, GAM Holdings – £103m

736=: Jeremy Herrmann, Ferox Capital Management – £103m

751=: Nemir Kirdar, Investcorp – £100m

751=: Sir Simon Robertson, Goldman Sachs – £100m

751=: David Shamoon & family, Bursha Holdings – £100m

751=: Amanda Stavely, PCP Capital Partners – £100m

751=: Gilad Hayeem, Marble Bar Asset Management – £100m

780=: Loic Fery, Chenavari Financial Advisers – £96m

785=: Damon Buffini, Permira – £95m

785=: Paul Deighton, Goldman Sachs – £95m

785=: Jeremy Isaacs, Marex Spectron – £95m

785=: Scott Mead, Richmond Park Partners – £95m

785=: Harvey McGrath, Prudential – £95m

813=: Guy and Julia Hands, Terra Firma – £93m

821=: Albert Fuss, International Asset Management – £90m

821=: Christopher Cooper-Hohn , Children’s Investment Fund – £90m

821=: Seumas Dawes, Ashmore Group – £90m

821=: Glenn Earle, Goldman Sachs – £90m

821=: Richard Sharp, Goldman Sachs – £90m

821=: Peter Wheeler, Goldman Sachs – £90m

821=: Peter Dubens, Oakley Capital – £90m

860=: Andy Stewart, Cenkos – £87m

869=: James Caan, Hamilton Bradshaw – £85m

892=: Peter Sutherland, Goldman Sachs – £84m

908=: Carol Galley, Mercury Asset Management – £80m

908=: Anthony Ward, Armajaro Holdings – £80m

956=: Bill Brown & family, Walsham Brothers – £77m

962=: Adam Norris, Hargreaves Lansdown – £75m

908=: John Horseman, Horseman Capital Management – £80m

908=: Jonathan Lourie, Cheyne Capital – £80m

989=: Ana Botin, Santander UK – £72m

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