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Alexandra Schorghuber Net Worth

Alexandra Schorghuber Net Worth

Net Worth: $2.4 Billion

Statistics
  • Source of Wealth Real Estate, Business
  • Marital Status Widowed
  • Full Name Alexandra Stump
  • Nationality German
  • Occupation hairperson of the Board of Trustees and Board Member of the Schörghuber Group
  • Children three children

About Alexandra Schorghuber

Alexandra Schorghuber is a German entrepreneur and the widow of Stefan Schorghuber who has an estimated net worth of $2.4 billion as of March 2013 according to Forbes. She is the 40th richest person in Germany and is ranked 613th on the list of World Billionaires. Born Alexandra Stump, she came to know Stefan, the then head of Schorghuber Group, when she was working as a hotel clerk. He inherited a fortune built by his father, Joseph, but died unexpectedly in 2008 at the age of 47.

Alexandra earned her estimated net worth of $2.4 billion when she took over her husband’s position in the private family investment company, Schoerghuber Unternehmensgruppe. It is a firm that oversees stakes in a brewery co-owned with Heineken as well as in Arabella Hospitality, a hotel which is a joint venture with Starwood of the U.S. It also owns one of Germany’s largest real estate companies, Bayerische Bau und Immobilien GmbH. She served as the Chairperson of the Board of Trustees and the Board Member of the holding. She runs the family business along with the CEO Dr. Klaus N. Naeve.

Before taking over her husband’s position, Schorghuber held various supervisory and managerial positions. She was later appointed in March 2008 as the vice president of the Arabella Hotel Holdings AG in Switzerland. She took over in April 2008 the Arabella Asset Management AG in Chur. She sits on the management board of FC Bayern Munich since February 22, 2013. She is also active in the “Josef-Schörghuber-Stiftung für Münchner Kinder”, a charitable institution for socially deprived children and their families in Munich.