It’s well-known that many successful entrepreneurs bypassed university to achieve business glory, so ahead of A-Level results day, we’ve got an infographic highlights the UK billionaires that did just that.
Hither Mann is the financial trading sensation who became a millionaire by 25, but despite a £200m fortune and a taste for the high life, she has admitted part of her still panics about money.
The top 20 cities with millionaires have been revealed, so here’s where you can find the world’s wealthiest.
Richard Upshall has his fingers in various pies, the most significant of which is the oil industry. And while he admits his fair share of losses along the way, he’s now helped turn a number of people into millionaires.
London is often considered the business capital of Europe, so it’s unsurprising many workers in the capital have high-flying careers – but which areas do they consider the most prestigious? To make mingling with peers easier, a study has highlighted the locations where wealthy professionals have taken up residence.
The number of millionaires in London is on the rise, so the next time you feel like giving someone attitude on public transport in the capital, just remember you could well be in line for a funding round with the right attitude.
More than half of the wealth among the top 100 richest people in the UK is gained through inheritance or climbing the corporate ladder, analysis of the Sunday Times Rich List reveals – but what does this mean for our nation of entrepreneurs?
The chancellor has inked an agreement with Spain, France, Italy and Germany to share information on the “ultimate owners of companies” – shedding light on financial wrongdoing.
A 2014 CNBC study revealed that most small business owners have 70 per cent of their wealth invested in their businesses. So what if you could take considerable cash from your business to live your life the way you want to now, instead of waiting for retirement?
With the population of individuals in possession of assets worth over $30m declining in 2015, we’ve highlighted the wealthiest regions around the globe, which comes ahead of the ultra-rich’s huge predicted resurgence.
According to the Barclays Wealth Prosperity Map, the number of British millionaires has increased by 41 per cent since the start of the decade to 715,000 – with every region seeing a growth in wealthy people.
While many leading business figures are renowned for focusing on making money first and foremost, a Saudi business magnate and investor has just announced he plans to give away his £28bn fortune. His pledge may be extremely charitable, but he's not the only one making such extensive efforts to give back.