George Soros Net Worth

Net Worth: $24.7 Billion

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  • Source of Wealth Hedge funds (Soros Fund Management)
  • Birth Place Budapest, Hungary
  • Marital Status Married (Tamiko Bolton)
  • Nationality Hungarian-American
  • Date of Birth August 12, 1930
  • Ethnicity Hungarian
  • Occupation Businessman, Hedge Fund Manager
  • Children 5 (Alexander Soros, Jonathan Soros, Gregory Soros, Robert Soros, Andrea Soros)
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About George Soros

Hungarian-American financier, businessman and notable philanthropist , George Soros, has a net worth of $24.7 billion in September 2016 according to Bloomberg. The renowned hedge fund investor George Soros may be best known these days for his philanthropy and support of progressive causes. He has given away more than $8 billion since 1979 to human rights, public health and education groups. In 2010, he pledged $100 million to Human Rights Watch, in part to counteract America’s loss of the “moral high ground.” He’s also given away $150 million to Roma Rights (Gypsies). He manages $28 billion (assets) Quantum Fund, which was up 2.6% in 2010. Soros is partnering with the private equity firm Silver Lake in new initiative to invest in clean energy. With Stanley Druckenmiller shorted England’s currency, “broke” British pound 1992; said to have made $1 billion in one day when Bank of England stopped fixing exchange rate. Soros was born on August 12, 1930 in Budapest, Kingdom of Hungary.

Charity Donations: $8 billion USD 
Firm
: Soros Fund Management (Private)

Earnings & Financial Data

The below financial data is gathered and compiled by TheRichest analysts team to give you a better understanding of George Soros's net worth by breaking down the most relevant financial events such as yearly salaries, contracts, earn outs, endorsements, stock ownership and much more.

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  • Earnings 2013
  • Earnings 1992
Earnings 2013 N/A
Asset 2013

Earnings of his Quantum fund

$5,500,000,000
Earnings 1992 N/A
Asset 1992

Earnings during the Black Wednesday UK currency crisis

$1,000