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David Cameron Net Worth

David Cameron Net Worth

Net Worth: $50 Million

  • Source of Wealth Politician
  • Birth Place London, England
  • Height 6' 0" (1.84 m)
  • Marital Status Married (Samantha Sheffield)
  • Full Name David William Donald Cameron
  • Nationality United Kingdom
  • Date of Birth 9 October 1966
  • Ethnicity English
  • Occupation Prime Minister of the United Kingdom
  • Education Oxford University
  • Children 4 (Nancy Gwen, Arthur Elwen, Florence Rose, Nancy)
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About David Cameron

David Cameron is the prime-minister of the United Kingdom, a position he has held since May 11th 2010. He has an estimated worth of $50 million. Born October 9th 1966 in London, Cameron started his career in politics in 1988 as a researcher for the Conservative Party.

An academic, his good grades allowed him to enter Eton College, one of the UK’s most exclusive public schools. Beginning as a researcher for the conservative party, he went on to become special adviser to the chancellor and then special adviser to the home secretary. He was elected as a member of parliament for Witney in 2001, a safe conservative seat. He became leader of the conservative party in 2005, after another Labour victory at the general election. The conservatives won the 2010 general election after joining with the Liberal Democrats to form a coalition, as no party had won a clear majority. Before this, the conservative party hadn’t won a general election since 1992.

Earnings & Financial Data

The below financial data is gathered and compiled by TheRichest analysts team to give you a better understanding of David Cameron'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 2009 N/A
Asset 2009

The current value of Cameron's country home; £1 million

Asset 2009

The value of Cameron and his wife's home in North Kensington, London; £1.5 million

Salary 2009

Annual salary as opposition leader; £130 thousand

Others 2009

Amount received from the will of Ian Cameron who died in 2010; £300 thousand

Asset 2009

The value of Cameron's Edwardian terrace house; £2 million

Others 2009

Amount received from taxpayers which he used for his HSBC mortgage; £350 thousand

Others 2009

Amount received from taxpayers in 2005-06; £21.2 thousand

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Earnings 2008 N/A
Salary 2008

Annual salary as opposition leader; £130 thousand

Earnings 2007 N/A
Salary 2007

Annual salary as opposition leader; £130 thousand

Earnings 2006 N/A
Salary 2006

Annual salary as opposition leader; £130 thousand

Sale of Asset 2006

Amount received from the sale of his London house; £1.15 million

Earnings 2002 N/A
Asset 2002

Value of his second home allowances between 2002 and 2007; £102 thousand

Asset 2002

Value of his shares at Urbium; £40 thousand

Salary 2002

Salary from sitting on the board of Urbium; £28 thousand

Earnings 2001 N/A
Salary 2001

"Salary as director of Urbium; £60 thousand "

Earnings 1994 N/A
Asset 1994

Value of his other house in London's Notting Hill; £215 thousand

Salary 1994

"Salary as head of corporate affairs at TV firm Carlton; £90 thousand "

Earnings 1992 N/A
Asset 1992

Amount spent for his first home in London's trendy Notting Hill; £130 thousand

Salary 1992

Salary after moving to the Home Office with Michael Howard; £49 thousand

Earnings 1988 N/A
Salary 1988

Salary from Conservative Research Department; £12 thousand

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