Sir Evelyn de Rothschild Net Worth

Net Worth: $20 Billion

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  • Source of Wealth Inheritance and Finance
  • Birth Place United Kingdom
  • Marital Status Married to Lynn Forrester de Rothschild
  • Full Name Sir Evelyn Robert Adrian de Rothschild
  • Nationality United Kingdom
  • Date of Birth August 29, 1931
  • Occupation Financier
  • Education Cambridge University (Drop Out)
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About Sir Evelyn de Rothschild

Sir Evelyn de Rothschild is a British financier who has an estimated net worth of $20 billion. He earned his wealth as a member of the well-known Rothschild family, and through his career in international finance, which includes serving as the financial advisor for Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II.

Sir Evelyn Robert Adrian de Rothschild served as the chairman of Rothschild’s Continuation Holdings,AG and later became the co-chairman of Rothschild Bank AG in Zurich and the non-executive chairman of NM Rothschild and Sons.

In 2003, de Rothschild co-founded the holding company E.L. Rothschild with his wife, Lynn Forrester de Rothschild. He has also served several positions in business, such as the director chairman of The Economist, United Race Courses, and British Merchant Banking and Securities House Association. He used to serve as the director of Lord Beaverbrook’s newspaper group and Lord Black’s Daily Telegraph newspaper. He was the Director of De Beers Consolidated Mines and IBM United Kingdom Holdings Ltd. He was also the Deputy Chairman of Milton Keynes Development Corporation.

De Rothschild has promoted the arts and has made great efforts in the support of medical research and the improvement of education through his creation of the Eranda Foudnation. He was also the founded and chairman of The European Association of Banking and Financial History in Frankfort, Germany as well as the governor of The London School of Economics and Political Science.

De Rothschild has been in various positions in the field of economics, the arts, medical research and political science, as well as the prominent supporters of charities. He was a trustee of the Shakespeare Globe Trust and a member of the Council for the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art as well as the Chairman of the Princess Royal Trust for Carers.